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5 days ago

Sales Representative - Recruiter/Account Manager (Bilingual)

Bilingual Source Toronto +3 locations

individual to participate in the growth of our company. The successful candidates will perform the following activities: • Recruitment of… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

BILINGUAL CLIENT SERVICE ADVISOR

Bilingual Source Mississauga +2 locations

/ Activities / Deliverables: • Process all monetary or non-monetary request for external and internal clients • Provide direct support to… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Admin Assistant

Bilingual Source Mississauga

/ Activities / Deliverables: • Assist with the day-to-day operations of the company • Provide strong administrative support internally to… CareerBuilder


28 days ago

Bilingual Payroll Administrator

Bilingual Source North York +3 locations

• Process weekly and bi weekly payroll • Work with computerized payroll systems • ROEs, T-4 • Corrections and resolutions of payroll… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Recruiter / Inside Sales Representative

Bilingual Source Toronto +4 locations

on the phone and wants to make an above average income. The successful candidate will possess the following… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Project Manager

Bilingual Source Toronto +2 locations

• Client support and caching • Liaise with internal and external clients • Consult clients and keep abreast on progress of project… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Credit Manager

Bilingual Source Brantford +2 locations

• Supervise delinquent accounts and collect outstanding monies • Prepare and oversee financial reports and DSO reports • Generate reminder… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Internal Help Desk Specialist

Bilingual Source Toronto

as a Bilingual IT Support Specialist are to support internal clients with initial level support on all software, hardware and network issues. The… CareerBuilder


28 days ago

BILINGUAL CUSTOMER CARE ASSOCIATE

Bilingual Source Oakville

• Process orders from start to finish for existing clients • Service existing accounts and develop new business with your strong relationship… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Bilingual Customer Service Representative

Bilingual Source Mississauga +16 locations

Are you working in a customer service call center and looking for the right opportunity to advance your career with a prestigious company? Do you… CareerBuilder


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    Horrible, horrible place to work.

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    Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant  in  Toronto, ON
    Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant in Toronto, ON

    I worked at Bilingual Source full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    You will come out trained to do well at most other companies. It truly is recruiter boot camp, and if you survive long enough to absorb those learnings, you will have a work ethic that future employers will find almost god-like.

    Cons

    It is abusive. Employees are pitted against one another. The owner of the company thinks he owns his employees. There is no flexibility, it is like a prison. You must be at your desk, you can't be 1 minute late, you can't leave at 5:00 without risking the wrath of your boss. You are expected to eat, sleep, and breathe Bilingual Source for $30k per year plus a measly 10% commission. All told, if you really grit your teeth, swallow your pride, and devote your life to this company, you might make $45k in your first year.

    You will also notice that 1 or 2 people have hoarded all of the good accounts left behind by past employees who finally had enough. This leaves the rest of the team to find for scraps, making the job that much more difficult.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get with the times. Retention is your biggest problem, and it starts with the environment. Take responsibility for the real problem - you!

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