Retail Human Resources Reviews
Pros – Training is important at RHR, makes the agency stand out in comparison to competition and staff are professional. They recognize the importance of offering client and candidates good service.
Cons – Senior staff can be pressurising at times and as a result the work/life balance can be off skew
Advice to Senior Management – Department directors should monitor the working relationships with Account directors and RE's/AE's more closely
Pros – superb training and guidance from the team, who have bags of experience to call on. There is a structure to get promoted through the business, which is unusual for the recruitment sector.
Cons – Despite the look of a positive, energetic business from an external point of view, there's a lot of office politics and you'll find that if your face fits, that's sometimes rewarded more than performance. .
Also, in recruitment you need to drive new business through strong sales and whilst they taught a lot of 'candidate management' they don't teach 'sales' and just hope people pick it up.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Invest in new employees, extensive training and commitment to advancement
Cons – Not for the faint of heart, by no means easy money.
Advice to Senior Management – !
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Financially stable company, open to ideas and self development.
Cons – As with many small companies, some processes are difficult to change as they are set in their ways.
Advice to Senior Management – Use the skills and knowledge employees can bring from previous employers.