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Sales Representative (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON18 August 2016
Incredibly supportive culture with an incredible focus on training and mentoring.
The learning and duties of the job are unbelievable, I’m brokering deals finding people great jobs while making Money and having fun.
Pros
Great place to make $$$
Cons
You have to work for it.
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Work Hard Play Hard,Fast Paced,Friendly Colleagues and Management.
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) –  30 ST.Clair West4 May 2016
This Company Offers a great training program. Very nice colleagues and Management.

A typical day at work involves making about 30-50 calls per day
from lists that you have created the night\day before. When a candidate answers you conduct a phone screen.Then you go through your job list to see if any of the job's match the candidates and clients needs and the requirements of the job.At the end of the day you review your phone screens with your manager and the manager tells you who to bring in for an interview. Keep in mind there are targets of how many phone screens you conduct among other things.... With that being said if the people that you have phone screened are not up to par according to your manager then obviously you do not bring them for an interview.Get a series of candidates that are not up to management standards , then it starts to negatively effect your "Target" of internal interviews.Your assigned to a certain job portal,which can be difficult because your candidate search is then limited. BEFORE you add them to your list of candidates to call you have to check in the company database if any of your colleagues are already dealing with them if not then you may proceed.Its really a numbers game working for this company,providing a great training program,but there are some gaps in order for employee success.Aside from management everyone working there has only been working there 5 years or less then they move on. This point should speak volumes!
Pros
Great Training!Friendly Colleagues!
Cons
Long Hours, No work life balance, Lacking Tools For Success
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Bilingual Recruiter (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON29 November 2015
Responsible for developing new clientele throughout the GTA
Enjoyed meeting new candidates and clients
Enjoyed learning the art or recruiting and how to deal with clients and candidates
Pros
Good team
Cons
no flexibility
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