PageGroup is made up of three market leading global recruitment brands; Page Executive, Michael Page and Page Personnel.
PageGroup is a sales focused environment. Our values and culture are reflected in everything we do, in each of our offices across the globe. It’s what sets us apart – join us and you’ll receive the best training, support and development opportunities throughout your PageGroup career and plenty of rewards for your work.
No one can match the opportunities we offer – and it’s up to you to decide the path your career takes. Want to lead a team of recruitment consultants and see them beat targets every quarter? Want to develop your career internationally? Want to be the highest biller? All of this can become a reality at PageGroup.
At PageGroup, we have five values that have always contributed to our success; take pride, be passionate, never give up, work as a team and make it fun.
Our values and culture are reflected in everything we do, in each of our offices across the globe. It’s what sets us apart – join us and you’ll receive the best training, support and development opportunities throughout your PageGroup career and plenty of rewards for your work.
Here are some of the key reasons you should join PageGroup:
We’re passionate about your progress – whichever level you start at in your PageGroup career, you can work your way up the ranks with support from your team, managers and ongoing training.
View the profiles of some of our international transfers to find out why our global presence makes us a great company to work for.
Never give up learning – the training and development opportunities at PageGroup are endless.
Rewards and wellbeing
Rewards and health made fun – employee wellbeing is top of the list at PageGroup and our benefits are among the best in the industry.
Giving back to others
We’re proud to give something back to our communities and partner with different charities across the globe.
Our inclusion promise ensures a team that’s diverse in every office across the globe.
We are specialist recruiters. This means all our recruitment consultants are experts in their industry and only recruit into their specific market, giving our customers the best insight and widest reach during their recruitment process.
The role of a PageGroup recruitment consultant revolves around business development, commercial customer service and generating revenue while engaging with clients, candidates and your PageGroup colleagues.
Recruitment is fast-paced, exciting and incredibly rewarding and it’s often challenging too. You must be prepared to push yourself in a sales environment if you want to reap the rewards.
PageGroup also operates in 35 countries, with 153 offices worldwide. Interested in working in one of our global offices? Click on the country below to find out more:
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I have been working at PageGroup full-time (More than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
After reading previous reviews, I thought it fair to tell the other side of the page story. The basic is better than the majority of recruitment firms. Guess what, if you make money you get money, if you don't, recruitment isn't for you. That's not a bad thing.. It isn't for everyone. Guess what else, if you don't bill your manager may look into stats to see where we are going wrong. If KPI's scare you recruitment isn't for you. I have been with the company for 2 years in the UK and have been supported throughout my time there. I have been promoted twice probably because I like KPI's and as a result I make money... Recruitment must be for me. I've had a couple of months where I haven't hit target, but at no point did I feel insecure. If you want a job there are many firms to choose from. If you want a career you come to Page. However... It's a business so you have to make money... Like all businesses that stay in business.
If you are starting a new market eg in the US or new sector, it's hard work. However the opportunities are bigger and more frequent. with growth comes opportunity. You are essentially your own business with corporate backing. There is a lot of pressure when you run your own business. Better your manager telling you how it is then your bank manager telling you that you are bankrupt.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing but manage expectations when hiring staff. If they aren't aware they will be KPI'd as an essential part of their succession plan they may get confused as the previous reviews have. If the don't like hitting KPI's and don't get a 360 degree recruitment process including bringing in the "no hopers" for meetings this type of work isn't right for them. All sales environments have a high turnover of staff, this is normal, if everybody could do it we wouldn't be paid so well:)
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at PageGroup (New York, NY).
First you fill out paperwork and speak to someone who asks all the normal interview questions. Then you take an aptitude survey that will determine how good you will be at sales. Then you meet with another person and do a role play. Then they will call you back and repeat the process 1-3 times.
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From where we started in 1976, we've grown to become a worldwide leader in specialist recruitment. Our global network of employees work together to achieve our business objectives, while staying true to the PageGroup values.
We have five values that have always contributed to our success; take pride, be passionate, never give up, work as a team and make it fun.
Our values and culture are reflected in everything we do, in each of our offices across the globe. It’s what sets us apart – join us and you’ll receive the best training, support and development opportunities...