- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Lannick à temps plein
You can make a lot of money doing this job - if you're willing to put in a ton of hours and follow the "me against you" mentality to succeed.
You'll get to meet a lot of interesting people and attend a lot of work parties.
As a new grad, you'll see a lot of potential to grow your business/professional acumen in a corporate environment that can be used to present yourself successfully to other organizations.
A lot of potential is sold during initial interview stages related to earning potential, growth and general progression that, once in the seat, you can see it's only allowed and offered to select individuals that fully and completely sell and commit themselves into everything going on with the organization (no matter how good or bad these practices are).
As a recruitment associate working daily to actively feeding candidates to open roles and positions you'll have to turn a blind eye to the differing scales of compensation and commission offered to yourself when compared to the sales associates.
Work-life balance is not fully available - asks were often made to skip lunches/breaks when busy, as recruitment associates. The same expectations were not present for sales associates.
Conseils à la direction
Listen to your employees and actually hear what they're saying and offering to facilitate growth within individual teams and the company as a whole.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Lannick (Toronto, ON (Canada)) en février 2020.
Straight forward, quite easy. Had an initial phone screen then had to go in on two separate occasions to meet the entire hiring team as well my potential manager. Had my shadow an employee.
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