Mission: To become the leading privately owned ‘specialist international recruitment business’ – with an excellent reputation for Client Delivery, Employee Development and Financial return.
I worked at Eurostaff Group full-time (More than a year)
The office location (London Bridge) and facilities are very good as well as the incentives. Good training and clear career path to grow.
The atmosphere is not brilliant and the management are unclear about the strategy they wish to take. A lot of junior staff members and turnover of staff is high.
Advice to Management
Apply the same rules to all the staff and need to focus on getting the atmosphere back to what it use to be.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Eurostaff Group (London, England (UK)).
Worst interview process I was every in. It started with a telephone interview which was quite simple. I went to meet them after few days. Sat down with the internal recruiter for 30min after the process started and I met nearly the whole company. The interview lasted around 5 hours!! This is the first interview where I had a lunch break !! The worst part was that all the interviewers asked the same questions over and over again. I got invited for another stage which I thought was completely unnecessary. This time the interview was in a pub. It was about 5 of the recruitment consultants that worked for the company that took the interview and we started having drinks till 12 at night bearing in mind the interview started at 5. Afterwards they told me i have to come to a club and drink some more because that's part of the process. At the end of the interview I had to call an uber for my 5 friends so they could go home and go to work the next morning. I initially found this whole situation unprofessional but funny. The internal recruit called me after four weeks to tell me I didnt make it. Which wasted my time completely. This company was just a waste of time and i already started applying somewhere else because the whole process was just embarrassing and unprofessional. The recruiter called me again after 5 months and told me he made a mistake by not taking me. But after a week he called back and rejected me again lol. I think the employees where just too embarrassed. At least I always have this funny story to tell. This unprofessional behaviour certainly in London cant be topped.