Mission: To fulfill our mission of connecting Europe™ by leading a community driven strategy between our staff, candidates and clients.
I have been working at Eurostaff Group full-time (More than 3 years)
I have worked at Eurostaff group for almost 4 years and can recommend the company branding and reputation, europe-wide influence, atmosphere and company culture as highlights of working here thus far. Reasons for moving here may also include a good commission structure compared to other companies in the IT/Engineering division, a highly competent Finance and Compliance department to find solutions in supporting the sales team, a strong L&D function to promote further growth and the newly introduced flexi-time for allowing us to work when we want, not when we have to.
Working in the EU market might involve relocation to Sweden, Norway, Germany, France, the Netherlands or Belgium. This is not for me but might be for others.
Language courses would be a benefit to align with company strategy and installing a Learning and Development function which was once in place. Rate of headcount allowance should be readily available for high performers to avoid career stagnation.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Eurostaff Group (London, England) in August 2017.
The process started just fine, I was approached by the Eurostaff, Head of People in LinkedIn, who asked if I am interested in a recruitment consultant position. I agreed for a Hangouts interview with the Head of People, that actually went fine and we agreed with a second interview with another person in the company during the same week. We agreed a date and a time, but nobody turned up to the next Hangouts interview. I tried to ask why this occured and nobody returned.
This is probably one of the worst candidate experiences that I've ever had and I still remember how pissed I was when I was dressed well and eager for a second interview, but stood up.
Good advice for the future: Candidate Experience is important!