Certus Recruitment Group FAQ

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5 English questions out of 5

16 March 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Certus Recruitment Group?

Pros

I currently work at Certus Recruitment and felt an overwhelming urge to leave a review that is not led through bitterness and vindictiveness, but fact. Current facts. Certus is the most supportive and nurturing company I have worked at (I have worked at 4). They empower their employees to achieve success both professionally and personally. Working at Certus, enabled me to buy my first property and progress professionally. Their continued training allows individuals with no experience and with experience to further themselves, pushing themselves to their limits and becoming the best we can be. The CEO is incredibly supportive whether you're having a tough day or you need help to close that final deal - he is there every step of the way. However, the biggest Pro about working at Certus is the team spirit. The way the company has come together in economical crises to persevere and ensure that each and every employee will be financially and emotionally supported is breathtaking. There is no other recruitment company I would rather work for, and currently, cannot find a single fault.

Cons

The only con is that former employees who unfortunately are very bitter in general life, and not actually the fault of Certus feel the need to sit in their pants and post derogatory reviews that are false...

Advice to Management

Don't change - you're awesome

The CEO is incredibly supportive whether you're having a tough day or you need help to close that final deal - he is there every step of the way.

16 March 2020

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19 December 2018

How is management perceived at Certus Recruitment Group?

Pros

- The people within this business are fantastic, definitely the best place I have worked in terms of the culture, we work hard but also know how to have fun - Progression opportunities, I think if you get your head down and show that you care, this company is one that will really look to develop you and your skill set - Senior management, the sales director in particular is very approachable and you learn a lot from the senior management team

Cons

- No microwave, every company has one so is a bit of a frustration - Can sometimes be a bit micro management and focus a bit too much on getting on the phone when results can be achieved in other forms

- Senior management, the sales director in particular is very approachable and you learn a lot from the senior management team

19 December 2018

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20 December 2018

What is the company culture like at Certus Recruitment Group?

Pros

I have been working at Certus for 6 months - I came on as a fresh graduate working on the graduate desk and I love it! I love the culture; it's competitive but promotes a positive team environment as well. I have learned so much about the industry, and I love the buzz I get when I make a deal and everyone cheers! It's a hard job, you need to be able to pick yourself up after a bad day - it really is a rollercoaster...but so far it's been a great ride and I can't wait to work my way up the ladder!

Cons

NA - I'm loving it (although a microwave would be nice!)

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you guys are doing, by giving us new guys/gals the tools we need to be successful in this industry.

I love the culture; it's competitive but promotes a positive team environment as well.

20 December 2018

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2 July 2020

What are co-workers like at Certus Recruitment Group?

Pros

-High level of care for employees through COVID -Close and friendly team -High levels of communication from management

Cons

Recruitment can be a difficult job however it pays off!

-Close and friendly team

2 July 2020

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3 October 2019

What are working conditions like at Certus Recruitment Group?

Pros

Certus are good at what they do, but they do it in a way that made me personally feel uncomfortable. If you are confident you can smash it from day one, this is the role for you. If you are looking for training and support, this is not the role for you.

Cons

- micro-management - discriminative office environment (told not to call people unless they have British names, people making fun of or not hiring someone because of accents) - No training and little support - Small and stuffy office - Believe in only one way of getting results - Very serious retention problem - Tense office atmosphere

- Small and stuffy office

3 October 2019

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