Mission: We provide better jobs, better people, and better fit in an immediate manner without ever sacrificing quality. Within our three divisions - Lannick Finance & Accounting, Pro Count Staffing and Lannick Technology - we’ll ensure the best match for both ...
I have been working at Lannick Group full-time (More than a year)
*Great team, Awesome Culture, very metrics oriented. You will go far if you are focused and willing to grind HARD.
*Amazing people at the company, truly love working here.
*Monthly group events, lots of fun! (when they aren't cancelled)
*VERY high growth potential, were recently acquired by Vaco: a global recruitment firm that is expanding into Canada, using Lannick as its vehicle for growth.
*The executive team is definitely amazing. They are all very fun, awesome and transparent.
*They try and low-ball your salary and sell you on the variable income you will make. They are looking out for their best interests just like any other company and will often overhype the possibility of the money you can make within your first couple of years. Recruitment is a long game, if you plan on quitting within the next 2 years, don't even bother joining the industry.
Advice to Management
Stop canceling the Thirsty Thursdays! It's a chance for employees to bond and become stronger. Have more social events to have the employees bond with eachother.
I applied through other source. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Lannick Group (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in April 2016.
I have 1.5 years of industrial recruitment experience and was contacted via LinkedIn for the recruiter role and setup an interview at the downtown office. After couple hours of interviews with almost the entire team they decide to send me to the North york office for an interview wth the IT staffing department. The north york office conducts another 2 interviews on different days with the director and manager I believe. Then, they come back and tell me "my experience is not significant for IT recruitment" . Wasn't this obvious in the first interview itself? Im sorry Lannick, Being 30 years in the recruitment field and unable to determine this simple detail is unbelievable! Anyway, so they come back to tell me they would like to consider me for a BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ROLE? How does my profile even match this? At this point I am confused and they offer me a salary way below my current drawing. What a waste of time! AVOID AT ALL COST UNLESS YOU ARE A NEW GRAD AND WANT TO GET SUCKED INTO MAKING COLD CALLS AND WORKING FOR LOW WAGES
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