Sage Recruiting Work Life Balance FAQ

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Sage Recruiting has a work life balance rating of 4.6.

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March 15, 2020

What is working from home like at Sage Recruiting?

Pros

The company has been very supportive and engaging. I say this because I have a non-technical background and most of the things I have dealt with in the beginning were foreign to me. Now, after all the trainings that are provided, things are starting to make more sense. I love that the way they mentor makes me feel very valued as an employee. The CEO even spares time just to make sure that I am comfortable. I can say that with how the company is run, the environment is very friendly and I don't feel very pressured. In fact, their current work environment motivates me more to provide better work. Another thing that I appreciate is being able to work from home. The company does provide trainings and mentorship on how things should be done but I love the fact they they also allow me to do my own thing and discover my own way of getting things done more efficiently. I can see myself growing and learning a lot of things from Sage Recruiting. You really know that you are in good hands when you work with a CEO that means business but still handles her people with great personality!

Cons

I honestly couldn't provide any cons. I am VERY happy with how things are.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing! Stay awesome!

Another thing that I appreciate is being able to work from home.

March 15, 2020

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