Mission: Working at the crossroads of people and transformative technologies, The Judge Group delivers innovative business solutions —powered by top talent— to help organizations reach their strategic goals and realize opportunities now and in the future.
I have been working at The Judge Group full-time (More than 3 years)
The Judge Group is a great place to work. They provide the tools in order to set you up for success. People are friendly and willing to help others. There is a lot of support from upper management and the training programs are very helpful. There are also a lot of incentives which is great in a recruiting and sales atmosphere. Judge gives back to the community in many ways and works with many charities. We also have a lot of fun events!
Hours can be very long--however, it is necessary to succeed in this industry. The benefits package could be improved.
Advice to Management
Continue to provide opportunities to grow and succeed. Thank you for all that you do to make this a great place to work!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at The Judge Group in September 2017.
Cold call via email gauging interest for a change pitching position. Have had similar calls over the years, but the wrong fit. I thought there was a solid relationship and the position pitched hit every checkmark on a checklist discussed. The email was not from my usual contact, the recruiter did not have a phone# listed or disclose which branch she was from. I sent an email back asking to schedule a call to discuss before updating my resume. An admin calls me and said "just send what you have" - she knew nothing about the job, the client, or any other details. I send a boiler plate resume and encourage a phone call to tweak my resume making it clear she did not have permission to submit to the client before speaking to me. I wait a few days, then call a Sr. Exec I know to obtain a phone# - as well as her direct boss. I called, left a voice mail - no response. Called her boss (who I also know) and no response. I tell them by voice mail and in writing I am withdrawing my application and DO NOT submit me for the position. About 2 weeks later, I get an email from the "boss" asking for my help filling that same position. I respond within 30 minutes of the email asking again for a phone call. No response. Seems like the quality of service and candidate experience has sunk dramatically over the years. They seem disorganized, unable to fill the jobs and should go through a reorg and cut the dead weight who are creating a bad candidate experience.
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