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We asked our some of our employee's 'What keeps you at RED?' and here is what they said....
The Nice Stuff
It goes without saying that we pay competitive base salaries. When it comes to the commission, we don't have a threshold so you earn on every penny you bill. There's more but you need to speak to us to find out!
Here at RED, we firmly believe that one size doesn't fit all, so we have built tailor-made benefit and incentive packages for each country we operate in made up from the following:
RED’s sole aim is to help people move between organisations and make the process as quick and easy as possible. We’ve been recruiting SAP professionals successfully for over 16 years, so we know how important it is to hire the right people, but also how crucial it is to ensure the fit is right for both the client and candidate.
Build lasting relationships that matter
Present a first class understanding of the needs and wants of the client or candidate
Deliver expertise and sophistication throughout the recruitment process
RED embodies these standards and implements them into our internal recruitment brand, Work for RED.
We want to be proud of the work we produce and the people we employ. As one of our employees, you are the face of RED. People are at the heart of everything we do, which is why we want to hire those who live and breathe our company culture and uphold our standards.
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I have been working at Red Experts in SAP full-time (Less than a year)
Excellent opportunity to learn the ins and outs of the business. The leaders are very open to suggestions and ideas on areas to improve. There are some fun perks in the office: Payday Bagels, Beer Fridays, lots of team building outings.
Having central services out of another country can present challenges.
I applied online. I interviewed at Red Experts in SAP (Phila, PA) in July 2017.
Phone call with host of client and project team members. Then a rubber-stamp call with project lead from RED. The issue was certain people failed to meet client perception (process in their view too short despite assurances from RED) so ad hoc demo on training delivery required