Recruit Holdings Compensation FAQ

Read what Recruit Holdings employees think about their compensation at the company.

Recruit Holdings has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.8. If you want to know how much Recruit Holdings employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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August 3, 2021

What is the salary like at Recruit Holdings?

Pros

The company is enthusiastic about giving employees opportunities to develop their own careers. Off-JT training is also given. However, mostly OJT training is preferred way to develop careers.

Cons

Salary of the company is better than that of other Japanese firms. However, compared with GAFAM and other competitors, it is behind.

Salary of the company is better than that of other Japanese firms.

August 3, 2021

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April 27, 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at Recruit Holdings?

Pros

High career growth Good benefits and compensation Clear job description

Cons

Slow decision from management sometimes

Good benefits and compensation

April 27, 2021

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September 4, 2021

Does Recruit Holdings offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

Nice and friendly environment for frosh interns.

Cons

The benefits were rather on the lower end.

The benefits were rather on the lower end.

September 4, 2021

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July 6, 2021

What are sales commissions like at Recruit Holdings?

Pros

The consultants in this company are generally hardworking and genuine people who show care and concern for each other. The commission is really good and the HR is one of the better HR around.

Cons

The previous MD was a nice guy but he supported many bad practices. There is a senior person in the company who has been caught cheating last year on numerous occasions but was not fired but instead applauded publicly for "great work" that is often false. This same senior person has openly hit on multiple females in the office with no remorse or regard for his actions but is allowed to build an even larger team. There is also very clear white power in the company. One of the poorer performers was promoted even though he barely made any money. I understand he only made 20k since he came back this year but he was still promoted while other performers in the PR business and the Japan business are overlooked. This is not a company that values meritocracy but rather it promotes politics. If you're friends with the MD, you can get away not billing and underperforming KPI. The last MD allowed power abuse, sexual advances, cheating, gambling and many other dirty habits because it kept certain people happy. From what I heard, the new MD has preferences for his white colleagues so I wouldn't recommend this company.

Advice to Management

I don't think anything will change so no point to give advice. The last MD was bad and so far, things don't look like they would change.

The commission is really good and the HR is one of the better HR around.

July 6, 2021

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August 7, 2020

Do employees at Recruit Holdings receive pay raises?

Pros

I worked at recruit holdings about 10 years. This company has very good relationships and is easy to work. Communication stress is low. There are a lot of colleagues who carry out mission with a sense of responsibility. I recommended for good people and those who want want to work.

Cons

Company always want to ask the opinion of employees. I do not recommended for those who do not actively improve their work. It is difficult to grasp the whole because there are many organizations. There are many types of employment, but there are salary gaps.

Advice to Management

Recommend creating a trade union. It need to make it easier to raise our salary to help keep employees motivated.

There are many types of employment, but there are salary gaps.

August 7, 2020

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