Mission: To partner with clients and candidates in meeting their objectives by providing first class local market knowledge and jointly formulating appropriate recruitment strategies and tactics.
Eden Scott grab you with talks of summer boat parties, incentives and being your own boss however as soon as you start you will begin to realise it is a bunch of consultants only looking out for themselves and will back-stab you, steal your clients and ignore you to become no.1!
Directors don't take kindly to glassdoor reviews and recently sent an email labelling people that have left reviews as 'a couple of crazies (or the same person)' and they 'don't want to give this site or a few randoms too much oxygen'!! Basically telling everyone to get on glassdoor and write positive reviews! Hence why you will see an influx of positive reviews every so often.
No sense of loyalty at Eden Scott and all the directors have favourite consultants and if your not one of them, prepared to be ignored, very much a boys club and you would need to be one of the favourites to even think about getting promoted!
Certain consultant walks all over their manager and seems to think their in charge while making the rest of the team feel like dirt and other people watch and don't say a word.
Advice to Management
Directors take the time to get to know consultants, maybe it should be you that takes a few new consultants out for lunch and make them feel part of Eden Scott.
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Eden Scott (Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)) in February 2017.
Quick e-mail about availability, phone interview, first interview, online personality test, final interview
Very long process, I waited for each feedback more than a week, however the HR person is kind
- rola play
- meeting with owners
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