Oliver James Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Oliver James employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Oliver James has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Oliver James?

9 English reviews out of 9

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17 August 2021

Pros

Good management and leadership team Culture is great and fosters team work and collaboration Includes a L&D department that help develop your core recruitment skill

Cons

Recruitment in itself is tough but very rewarding Could use more diversity in the leadership teams Could have better snacks in the pantry :P

Could use more diversity in the leadership teams

17 August 2021

Reviewed by: Recruitment Consultant in Singapore (Current Employee)

7 February 2020

Pros

- Great company culture - inclusive environment, great social events e.g summer and Christmas parties are the best I've seen, weekly Friday drinks - Company benefits and commission - L&D team that you can not compare - training throughout ever step of your OJ career. - Extra half hour lunch for gym goer really helps

Cons

- As in all recruitment jobs, the hours are a little longer, but you get out what you put in. OJ recently decreased the work hours also. - It can be a tough job as it is a successful company, but if you are committed and hard working you will do well and reap the benefits.

Advice to Management

A little bit more flexibility in terms of approaching your day. if needed.

inclusive environment, great social events e.g summer and Christmas parties are the best I've seen, weekly Friday drinks

7 February 2020

Reviewed by: Recruitment Consultant in Manchester, England (Current Employee)

14 April 2021

Pros

The business clearly cares about its people and this has been evidenced through their commitment to actioning D&I and wellness initiatives

Cons

Nothing worth mentioning besides increasing diversity representation particularly within leadership

Nothing worth mentioning besides increasing diversity representation particularly within leadership

14 April 2021

Reviewed by: Learning And Development Specialist in Manchester, England (Current Employee)

8 November 2020

Pros

Oliver James is a great business to work for. It is inclusive, professional, fun and full of opportunity.

Cons

Won’t suit people not willing to work hard every day. (Not really a con)

Advice to Management

Keep it up! Leadership throughout 2020 has been fantastic across the whole business. Offices are working closer together and teams are working hard together to succeed.

It is inclusive, professional, fun and full of opportunity.

8 November 2020

Reviewed by: Consultant (Current Employee)

19 August 2021

Pros

*Super Central Office Location in Spinnigfields *Constant support and acknowledgement from management *Competitive salary & commission structure *Remote/Flexible working options *Training & Development team always running new sessions to help improve *Great built relationships and name in the recruitment industry *Access to all of the recruitment resources & networking events *Diverse & Inclusive office culture

Cons

*Social events with the team that make me want to be out too much, haha!

Diverse & Inclusive office culture

19 August 2021

Reviewed by: Recruitment Consultant in Manchester City Centre, England (Current Employee)

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