Alldus International Culture FAQ

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Alldus International has a culture and values rating of 4.

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27 November 2020

What is the company culture like at Alldus International?

Pros

From my first day here I have truly believed that this company will become a leader in the AI recruitment arena. Every hire, play, process, tool and engagement has been considered and understood to get the very best out of each staff member whilst fostering superb client relationships and ultimately revenue. It is a fantastic achievement in such a short space of time and a reflection of the passion and commitment the leaders of this business have. The staff care about each other greatly and throughout this pandemic there have been no dropped connections or missed opportunities to create a wonderful culture of collaboration and success with your opinion being highly valued. I had the opportunity to impart some of my knowledge and training to the whole company which has delivered results already, something I am very proud of. How they approach the community and sector is unique and highly effective with results being generated daily, however, they have a pragmatic approach too. All the leaders of this business have recruited, developed, managed/lead teams and business previously, thus allowing them to understand the challenges you are facing whilst offering support to help you find the wins! Regrettably, I am moving on for personal reasons and whilst it has not been an easy decision for me to leave; I am confident the foundations have been built for Alldus to be a true recruitment leader and I am very proud to have played a part. If you get an opportunity to join this company, do not hesitate. Thank you for mine. Adam Stahler.

Cons

Honestly, nothing. In a less serious note, there have been some seriously dodgy moustaches grown for charity, but again its for a great cause so well done!

Advice to Management

Keep going, you've got a great company.

The staff care about each other greatly and throughout this pandemic there have been no dropped connections or missed opportunities to create a wonderful culture of collaboration and success with your opinion being highly valued.

27 November 2020

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28 October 2020

How was the interview at Alldus International?

Pros

None at all. Multiple employees have left in Dublin

Cons

- No structure within the company. The directors (who are also acting as managers, trainers, account managers and HR) like to applaud how great they were in their last company (they all came from a big agency) but they have forgotten how to set up the foundations of a company and keep their em ployees happy and motivated. EGO's are big at alldus and you wont hear enough of it. Covid : They reduced the salaries by 20% overnight with no warning. They still took goverment support and continued to have a 20% reduction while hiring people on big salaries in other countries. Commission: Greed, greed nd more greed. The worst commission structure leaning in their favours. Founders and directors taking up to 50% for getting a job on while the consultant slaves on the job overseeing the processfrom interview to offer and dealing with clients issues, GREED. This is seen multiple times. -No HR: For all issues you are dealing with the founders who are ALWAYS RIGHT and will make decisions which benefit them. They do not function like a normal company and have no regard for basic employee rights Work/life balance: They will happily let you work 12 hours to fill a role and be ware you have stayed back to get ahead and wont bat an eyelid. They wont ask why or advise that you shouldnt but they encourage it without saying thank you. if it comes to asking for a few hours off in a day they make a fuss and insist you make up for it. mental health: No regard for stress levels and do not have the structure, processes or common decency/regard for mental health. there was a loyal employee who left in early 2020 who visibly stressed, anxious and left to rot after changing back from the new york market, they left a few weeks later. You can go weeks without a call with your direct report and are only worth speaking to during peak performing times. Development: no development structure. The divisions are all over the place there is no set plan on how to structure teams everyone works jobs. Training: Poor 5-7 people have left in dublin this year with more to follow. Communication: mentioned a few times above you are dealing with directors and founders for all issues who are out for themselves. The communication around pay, commission, incentives, covd, stress everything is poor and you can be waiting weeks. no career progression. They sit you down and talk about your goals and what you want to achieve in life and then use these against you to work harder but in the end you end up with nothing they screwed people over with salary and pay by not paying them until legal action by the ex employee was sought. They made some employees sign gag orders so that they would pay them off and not go public with the actions of the “executive board” Their current 5stars reviews were put up by interns they hired for free labour and asking consultants to ask all of their candidates to leave 5 star google reviews. I would say 5% are genuine all of the rest are from begging. Consultants tell candidates that it is for a promotion but thats not the case. The 5 star google reviews are for the founders ego.

Advice to Management

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Founders and directors taking up to 50% for getting a job on while the consultant slaves on the job overseeing the processfrom interview to offer and dealing with clients issues, GREED.

28 October 2020

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27 November 2020

What is the hiring process like at Alldus International?

Pros

From my first day here I have truly believed that this company will become a leader in the AI recruitment arena. Every hire, play, process, tool and engagement has been considered and understood to get the very best out of each staff member whilst fostering superb client relationships and ultimately revenue. It is a fantastic achievement in such a short space of time and a reflection of the passion and commitment the leaders of this business have. The staff care about each other greatly and throughout this pandemic there have been no dropped connections or missed opportunities to create a wonderful culture of collaboration and success with your opinion being highly valued. I had the opportunity to impart some of my knowledge and training to the whole company which has delivered results already, something I am very proud of. How they approach the community and sector is unique and highly effective with results being generated daily, however, they have a pragmatic approach too. All the leaders of this business have recruited, developed, managed/lead teams and business previously, thus allowing them to understand the challenges you are facing whilst offering support to help you find the wins! Regrettably, I am moving on for personal reasons and whilst it has not been an easy decision for me to leave; I am confident the foundations have been built for Alldus to be a true recruitment leader and I am very proud to have played a part. If you get an opportunity to join this company, do not hesitate. Thank you for mine. Adam Stahler.

Cons

Honestly, nothing. In a less serious note, there have been some seriously dodgy moustaches grown for charity, but again its for a great cause so well done!

Advice to Management

Keep going, you've got a great company.

Every hire, play, process, tool and engagement has been considered and understood to get the very best out of each staff member whilst fostering superb client relationships and ultimately revenue.

27 November 2020

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