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4 December 2019

What is health insurance like at Frank Recruitment Group?

Pros

If you are fresh out of college and struggling to find work, they will most likely give you an offer. It's a good place to meet your local people your age.

Cons

Too many to count. You don't see a lot of problems at first glance in this review section because they pay employees to write phony reviews to cover up the real issues that exist. Ultimately, the organization's culture is horrendous. You will be instructed to lie about deals if your manager or the office is having a bad month and you will have no say in the matter, even if it will have an impact on your commission. The company has had countless lawsuits against them for a variety of reasons, with the main one being harassment. A large percentage of the "leaders" participate in some form of sexual misconduct in the workplace with individuals who are typically their own subordinates. Any person who has worked here would be able to rattle off numerous examples of times they experienced a hostile work environment. The only money they spend for the employees is a monthly open bar happy hour where new employees are encouraged to drink heavily and many end up embarrassing themselves and left to find their own way home. The other perks are limited to high achievers such as lunch club and incentive trips. Lunch club is supposed to be a nice reward for performance where you are treated to a nice meal and afternoon off. The company is banned from a majority of restaurants in the local area due to leaders belittling wait stuff and forcing employees to participate in ridiculous drunken acts that typically result in the restaurant asking the group to leave. The incentive trips are limited to very few spots for the actual employees and consist mainly of Managers and VPs who are already reaping the benefits of the low paid employees below them. The entry level salary is atrocious and it doesn't get much better at the next levels. They pride themselves on uncapped commission which is true, but be sure to take a close look at the commission structure and ask for a thorough explanation as it is very misleading. It will be long hours which at the very least they are open about from the start. If you need to leave work shortly after the end of business hours (5:30) you will often receive some form of criticism for doing so, especially if you are not having a good month. Each week there will be a new wave of training groups due to abnormally high turnover rate. While most entry level sales roles have higher turnover, this company is next level. If you have a bad month you are placed on performance review, where they set unrealistic targets that you must hit the next month or you are subject to termination. The health benefits are terrible which they can get away with due to the majority of their employees being under the age of 26 and on their parents insurance plan.

Advice to Management

Instead of trying to appease TPG by constantly bringing new employees through the doors, maybe spend a little bit more time focusing on the employees who you already have. Stop turning a blind eye to the inappropriate behavior from your leaders. Invest in better salaries and benefits.

The health benefits are terrible which they can get away with due to the majority of their employees being under the age of 26 and on their parents insurance plan.

4 December 2019

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9 October 2020

Does Frank Recruitment Group have a pension plan?

Pros

Great pension and amazing coffee

Cons

Not enough cups in the coffee machine

Great pension and amazing coffee

9 October 2020

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17 January 2019

Does Frank Recruitment Group offer a wellness program?

Pros

So far being in the business for just under 2 months, the best thing about working at Frank Recruitment Group is the atmosphere in the office. Everyone on the floor celebrates everyone's success. The activities and incentives (especially in December when I joined) is great and very rewarding once you put in the hard work. I think this is crucial in recruitment as it can have a lot of knock backs and you need to pick yourself up again. There is also great leadership from above as they are always willing to help. There is great training in place throughout your whole career in the business which is great as your are always learning new things. They understand work life balance, even though it is recruitment. We have wellness Wednesdays which really helps break up the week and also have incentives to leave earlier on Fridays.

Cons

If you don't want to put in hard work the this job may not for you, as hard work, long hours and knock backs happen a lot. You will need to pick yourself up and keep trying and you will succeed. I think the training can be a little frustrating at times when we repeat a lot of things we have learnt again and again when this could be avoided and more time on the phone would be more beneficial. But overall, training is good.

We have wellness Wednesdays which really helps break up the week and also have incentives to leave earlier on Fridays.

17 January 2019

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28 March 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Frank Recruitment Group?

Pros

Without having any experience in recruitment, FRG welcomed me with open arms and offers an amazing path full of opportunities, support, training, positive energy and laughter! Also, it is a very honest company. No false promises are made, the career possibilities are all legit and it is truly a lot of fun. I am very happy to be working here. Trainer Steven Musham is absolutely brilliant and with his immense knowledge about the business, experience, patience and kindness he really stimulates everybody to bring out the best out of themselves. I would highly recommend working here to everyone who is looking for a career change or who wants to grow further and be better within recruitment. It is truly work hard, play hard.

Cons

I honestly have no idea what I could say

Advice to Management

Please keep up the amazing way of working, training and supporting us :)

No false promises are made, the career possibilities are all legit and it is truly a lot of fun.

28 March 2019

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20 April 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Frank Recruitment Group?

Pros

Lots of opportunity to move up and make money especially with the company opening new offices in the US. Great people to work with and so much to learn in the job. Company offers wonderful in house training as you progress in the business. As you move up, you have opportunities to relocate to new offices. The company also has monthly happy hours and team nights out. My favorite part of the job is the people and potential we have to make money.

Cons

It's tough to get up and running at the very start. You need to be patient and consistent in order to see wins. Those that fail typically expect quick wins and don't give themselves time to see results. The reward and commission is worth the work you put in upfront.

Advice to Management

Keep with the fun but hard working environment. The incentives and rewards are great!

Lots of opportunity to move up and make money especially with the company opening new offices in the US.

20 April 2019

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