Rawlinson & Hunter Overview

  • www.rawlinson-hunter.com
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 1933
  • Private Practice / Firm
  • Accounting
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

CompetitorsDeloitte, PwC, KPMG
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Rawlinson & Hunter LLP is the UK's largest firm of Chartered Tax Advisers. We are an international grouping of professional firms that specialises in the provision of advice to high net worth individuals and families with planning tailored to each client’s needs and objectives, ...

Rawlinson & Hunter Reviews

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"A good firm"

Current Employee - Consultant in United Kingdom

I have been working at Rawlinson & Hunter full-time for more than 3 years


Working with the experts in the profession


Career progression is not ideal sometimes

Advice to Management

Career progression shod be better
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Diversity & Inclusion at Rawlinson & Hunter

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Rawlinson & Hunter Interviews

Getting an Interview
Applied online33%
Recruitment Agency22%

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    HR&Payroll Administrator Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Leatherhead, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Rawlinson & Hunter (Leatherhead, England) in May 2020


    It was a phone interview with the HR recruiter and she was aggressive in the way she talked, or that was what she made me feel, the way she managed the interview was horrible, I felt told off during the whole phone call, when I was answering one of the questions she was clearly doing something else, opening a package or a plastic bag because I could hear it so she was completely ignoring my answer, which is disrespectful, I felt I wasted my time preparing and studying for the interview, even if you don't like the candidate at least show a bit of respect and pretend you are listening, I wouldn't want to work with someone like her, it was good she showed her real self.

    Recruiters should build a rapport with the candidates, put them at ease if you really want to get the best people. Candidate experience should be at the top of your considerations throughout the interview process.

    The typical questions, tell me about yourself, why are you applying for the job, strengths weaknesses which in my opinion is a question that does not tell you anything about the candidate, when you ask candidates about their strengths and weakness they won't show themselves, this question in pointless. Also, she wanted to hear that the person wanted just to do an admin job for at least 5 years, who wants be an admin for 5 years? if you start a career you want to progress and grow professionally isn't?

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Rawlinson & Hunter Awards & Accolades

  • Accountancy Firm of the YearCitywealth2017
  • Tax Advisory Firm of the YearCitywealth2017

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