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I worked at NonStop Recruitment full-time (More than 8 years)
Money. You can make some good money and have a good lifestyle (in Prague) at a fairly early age. You will progress quickly if you perform (it's sales, after all).
You will have plenty of people at your age there wanting to have a good time.
All in all, not the worst place to be for a couple of years, especially if you are inclined to explore other cultures.
Prague is beautiful and very affordable.
Constant stress. You will feel like a monkey with a phone most of the time, required to recite the company's mantras.
You will be subjected to unrealistic expectations. All in all, the company's business model is to scoop up a lot of grads who have no work experience and teach them how to do sales, which is in many ways counter the current practices of ethics and common sense.
Due to the high stress and the age group of employees, expect a lot of je ne sais quoi in terms of what happened on Friday night. Don't take it personally.
Advice to Management
Think about what sells in the 21st century.
I applied online. I interviewed at NonStop Recruitment (Prague (Czech Republic)) in June 2017.
I applied online, got a call back same week. The first call is basically an assessment call, to get an idea of your motivation, and also to explain to you what the job entails, what is expected of you and also to introduce the company briefly. Proving you are successful on the first call, you will get invited to an assessment day in the Prague offices. During the assessment day you are encouraged to ask questions and participate as much as possible. The company takes you out on lunch and after that you will do some roleplays as well as a general knowledge test. I did not get the offer due to apparently being over confident in my manner of speaking, however it was an experience