- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Frank Recruitment Group à temps plein (Moins d'un an)
Young energetic environment with many company sponsored parties/events
Where do I start?!
This is by far the most unprofessional company I've every been employed by and I've worked in many organizations and industries.
It felt like a college sorority/fraternity - Very cliquey, terrible business processes, no accountability for unprofessional behavior.
I was subjected to numerous types of harassment while I was there for a brief 90 days. HR is non-existent and was told by leadership to not make a big deal about defaming comments from colleagues about my work and character.
I parted ways with Jefferson Frank International, a subsidiary of Frank Recruitment Group, after I was not given KPI credit for numerous candidates I submitted to (Ghost Jobs). KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) are the core of this organization and they are intentionally made unattainable. They made the system this way, so if you don't place candidates, you will be subjected to harassment by management for not hitting your KPI numbers. I ultimately left after I pointed out that a relationship with a company to place candidates was taken from me and credited to a lurking/leering colleague/manager who claimed my work as theirs.
I would never recommend this organization to anyone for any reason.
PS - Post employment, I've received numerous Emails to sign a severance agreement. The agreement says I will gain 2 days of vacation pay, if I claim I've been paid on all my job/candidate submissions and I wouldn't post anything to social media about the company. At my time of leaving, I had multiple candidates pending interviews. It would be nice to know if they got the jobs and even better, to gain the commission from my hard work!
Conseils à la direction
Establish accountable processes and fix the culture. This place is a Joke!
J'ai postulé via un recruteur. Le processus a pris une semaine. J'ai passé un entretien à Frank Recruitment Group (Dallas, TX (États-Unis)).
The process was a bit strange. The initial phone call was pleasant and promising. They built me up and got excited. Good energy. The face to face interview was opposite. A bit aggressive and suddenly I'm overqualified for the role. So we went from a healthy conversation of expectations over the phone to a "You mostly manage, so I'm not sure if facilitating is for you." Keep in mind being a great trainer and facilitator is what got me to a managerial position. Their concerns didn't make much sense.
The worst part, they ghosted me. Said they'd call back two days later and never reached back out. I encourage your Dallas office to tread a little more carefully with candidates and follow through with that you say you're going to do. I hope the folks you speak with in the future receive a more pleasant experience than I did.
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