Workbridge Associates

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a multifaceted job that takes a lot of time & effort to do well, but can be fulfilling & rewarding

(Current Employee)

Pros- layered training program brings you up to speed on various levels of how to do the job
- young, diverse environment
- sales job, so pay = performance; paid well for overtime; great benefits
- competitive team-based work culture, as opposed to the every man for himself approach
- taught how to do many things--not siloed into one small piece
- great use of technology in all aspects of the job (social networking and marketing, new computers, etc.)
- fun culture outside of office (usually people from the office go to the bar or something else once every week or two)
- develop great time management, sales, marketing skills

Cons- can be very overwhelming early on; you have a few weeks to get acquainted with the terminology and various facets of the job...trying to keep it all going can be tough in the first few months, but gets easier with time
- most leads and managers have built a big enough network that they don't spend as much time making calls, which can be frustrating for someone who is just getting started
- candidates and managers aren't always receptive to sales calls

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    2 people found this helpful  

    Okay for entry level

    Recruiter (Current Employee)

    I have been working at Workbridge Associates


    Pros: There's no denying it, you can be successful at this company. If you are looking for an entry level sales job where… Cons: With that in mind, I would not recommend working here if you are just looking for a paycheck. Besides, most people don't get a raise… Advice to Senior Management: Most of the managers here are young and from other… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    2 people found this helpful  

    A good place to learn and train for sales and interpersonal skills, not for a recruiting career or even a sales career.

    Recruiter (Former Employee)

    I worked at Workbridge Associates


    Pros: + Good place to learn some real good sales and interpersonal skills. The managers there are VERY good at it and at what they do,… Cons: - This is less of a recruiting job and more of a sales job. 90% of your time is spent cold calling companies and candidates.… Advice to Senior Management: - Follow the lead of normal recruiting agencies: Hire account managers and lead gen for the cold calling, while have actual recruiters deal with the… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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