Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne – 2 May 2018
No employees' rights, no support, just focus on the money you can bring to the company. Crazy hours and no extras paid. No-sense workplace culture and management. Impossible to combine with a working-life balance.
This was a contract position offered as Nigel Frank to assist the company with scribe and CRM development. Although there was very little CRM that they had me do I was very involved in the scribe and data movement processes that they decided to use. Despite this being a CRM position that I was officially hired for I mainly did data work.
Cleaner full time (Former Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne – 15 February 2018
stay away from this place you have no life once you start working hear I worked there for 5 year and they take you in a meeting room and it bye bye there is a lot of back stabbing when they sit there and smile at your face
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – 22 September 2017
I have been at Nigel Frank for several years and have felt rewarded and valued the entire time. I recently got back from an all-expenses paid to Sardinia, Italy with the top-achieving consultants from our offices around the world. It is without exaggeration that I say this trip truly showed how much Nigel Frank rewards the reasons we are successful. Not only was the location and accommodations unreal, but the excursions and activities throughout the trip were superb. If you can do well, they will show their appreciation!
Competitive Fun Fast Paced Environment with Amazing Financial and Career Incentives
Principal Consultant (Current Employee) – Newcastle Upon Tyne – 21 September 2017
FRG will give their employees the chance to progress in a number of ways during their time here.
Financially, there are numerous rewards for hard work and you are always recognised when achieving success
Yes, the hours can be long at times, and due to the nature of the industry there are the ups and downs - but much like any business this can be the same, and FRG will make sure to give you as much resources to succeed as possible
The management are very open minded and willing to listen, and when needed can make appropriate changes
The culture is very much work hard play hard, and it is a fast paced fun environment where you can be yourself day in day.
Recruitment Consultant (Current Employee) – Newcastle, NE – 19 September 2017
NFI is a tough place to work. I was told this in my interview so I was prepared. I came to NFI straight from uni and yes the base salary is low but it is well compensated by the high commission. It is long hours and competitive but being pressured helps you achieve certain goals. I don't think NFI sets unachievable goals, they are just hard. I am focused on being the best I can be and NFI gives me the push that I need to get there. Great place to start your career and you push yourself to be more comfortable talking to many C-suite leaders in the IT industry. You also get insight on how different industries think when it comes to candidates, which in my perspective, is a great experience in its own.
IT Recruitment Consultant (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – 30 August 2017
Working here at NFI it taught me a lot about myself and provided me with decent work experience.
Terrible base pay, lowest out of any recruitment firm but decent commissions IF you bill over 40K a month.. For some technologies this may mean 3-4 deals a month which is tough in a 360 business. you are definitely over work and severely underpaid.
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 9 August 2017
Great entry level role, Recruiting is a tough business but don't be discouraged. Base pay is low for NYC but great earning potential. Allow 6 months to get ramped up. My manager was great. If you're right out of college or looking for a foot in the door to a sales environment I would give it a shot. A few company changes recently to overall promote quality of life and work so if you're getting in now it is a good time.
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 4 August 2017
nigel frank don't treat they're employees with respect all you are to them is money making machines that are disposable as soon as you don't make enough money everything that counts for the management are the stupid KPIs you are forced to stay way longer than stated in your contract and encouraged to also work in your breaks on of the catch phrases are work hard play hard but even though the floor made new record we were just told the next time we can do more
Market Researcher (Former Employee) – NEWCASTLE, UK – 5 July 2017
Long Hours - generally 0830-1730, when travelling from an hour away at minimum wage £7.20, although I was only 19 at the time.
I was let go immediately with no previous indication, they stated I'd had too much time off sick when I'd been off for one week with tonsillitis which I'd been hospitalised with. If I'd really cared about the job, I would have certainly argued my case but it just wasn't worth it.
Contract Division Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 30 May 2017
As I mentioned over the phone, I saw that you're looking for an Account Manager and I've got the experience required to help grow Radiant Logic's bottom line. I've spent the past 10 years building a career in sales and sales training. My experience has been mainly in IT staffing and solution sales. I am a seasoned sales professional with an extraordinary ability to build relationships with clients and provide the highest possible level of service. My accomplishments include having created a comprehensive interactive sales training tool, managing teams of 6-10 people, built out markets in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, California, and Boston. I have created a referral network consisting of business professionals from multiple industries such as information technology, life sciences, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and retail.
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 22 May 2017
It's a dope place, don't get me wrong. If your'e looking to grind it out and work hard to make some commission is this is the place. If not-- well I wouldn't recommend this place. Ultimately, for a kid just getting out of college, it's a great place to work.
Company parties, company culture, incentives
Incredibly long hours, total compensation not competitive
a paw in the manager's hands (Former Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear – 4 April 2017
It's a madhouse, enough said. Colleagues you can't trust acting like sharks behind your back, guys just being over their hormonal inner struggles, lunatic managers acting like guards in a concentration camp! Appalling. A sad grotesque place at times. Wrong place to be if you care about respect and if you have a sense of decency. Promotions are dished out depending on how much of a boss-worshipper you are or... well... there are other ways...
Recruitment Consultant (Current Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear – 15 February 2017
The excellent training, good commission structure and great working environment is outweighed by the embarrassing loud culture, long hours, the poor basic salary and the work load demanded by management.
Recruitment Consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 12 February 2017
The company's culture is flexible, and definitely in transition, but the people are highly accommodating. Definitely a fun place to work, management is definitely hands on, and take your personal priorities into consideration. Hardest part would be the work itself, a lot of high risk high reward, but the people make the environment approachable and provides you with a lot of potential career growth!
sales and customer service agent / ATL/ 15 years (Former Employee) – Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear – 1 February 2017
I know the manager extremely well, he lies and says theres no jobs available so he can have loads of licky bums working for him. He wouldn't know a real sales agent if they danced naked in front of him. I've known him for yeeeeeeeaaars.