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I have been working at Hays full-time (More than 5 years)
I started working here about 5 years ago and have been promoted 5 times. If you work hard, you get rewarded - simple as that. The earning potential is limitless and the opportunities for career advancement are endless. I've never seen someone who put the work in, and didn't enjoy it. Fact is that if you work hard, you'll make 6 figures in your second year. There aren't many companies who can offer you that in your second year out of college.
It's a tough job. Not because it is is Hays specifically, but the industry itself is incredibly competitive. Hays has cracked the code to success and its very much a case of 'follow our lead to succeed'. I've seen loads of people over the years think their way is better and inevitably they miss their targets and end up on glassdoor talking about what a bad place to work it was!
Advice to Management
Keep it up. The negative feedback on here is certainly from consultants who just couldnt cut it......and how dare you suggest it was their fault!!! ;)
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Hays (Brussels (Belgium)).
Après 3 entretiens avec différents consultant et responsables de Hays, j'ai pu passer un assessment à pour ensuite avoir une proposition de contrat. Cela à duré 3 mois au total, ce qui n'est pas toujours aisé de tenir sur la longueur .
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