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J'ai travaillé chez Eames Consulting Group à temps plein (Plus de 3 ans)
I have just recently left Eames to immigrate to Australia after spending the last 3 years at the business. They took me on as a grad, trained and promoted me up to Senior Consultant level and most importantly they helped me make a lot of money!
While every manager and his/her team are different, Eames generally operates with a comprehensive set of principles across the board making it a welcoming yet slick and professional place to work. They have an incredible client base already in place across banking and insurance, but also a great name in the industry if you want to build out a new market.
They are both proactive and reactive to our needs (the consultants) and because of this I have seen a lot of change and investment over the years in order to maintain their competitive advantage - senior leadership, commission & incentives, technology and training. While change can sometimes cause people to be unsettled, there was always good cause and the positive implications have all come to fruition in the last 6-12 months reflected in the record breaking month the business has just experienced – sadly making the decision to leave even harder.
There are hundreds of recruitment consultancies in London that lack professionalism and operate poorly, often giving a bad perception of the industry - Eames is thankfully NOT one of these organisations and I will really miss both the business and the people that work there.
I wish them all the best.
They don't have an office in Australia! Happy to help them set this up.
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Keep doing what you're doing - listening to your staff and investing in the business
J'ai postulé via une agence de recrutement. Le processus a pris une semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à Eames Consulting Group (Londres, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)) en avril 2018.
Very formal and corporate, small office asking questions about myself and future, they seemed really keen at the time discussing availability and what team I would suit, then came back and told me I was to inexperienced. Soon after the Hiring Manager contacted me on LinkedIn asking if I was interested in a role - politely told her she told me no 1 month ago. Seems quite unorganised in their approach.
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