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Responsibility:
3/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.7/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.3/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.2/5
 
Company Culture:
4.5/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4.5/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.5/5
 
Overall Rating:
2.9/5
 

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Deadline Date: 30/06/2019

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Application Advice:

Demonstrate excellence
Consistency in cv and application, formatting and message etc
Show extra-curricular activities

Interview Advice:

Be on time
Show personality
Have good professional examples to scenario based questions
Demonstrate an in-depth understanding of the business and industry

Lead Recruitment Consultant, IT at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Sales experience is useful but not essential

Interview Advice:

Be confident and driven

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be ready for quick responses.

Recruitment Consultant, LON PERM DE at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be honest

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and be yourself

Team Lead, LON PERM DE at Franklin Fitch
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Interview Advice:

Attention to detail

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Interview Advice:

Be truthful

Contract Consultant, IT at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate drive and interest in development.

Interview Advice:

Listen and take notes - clearly outline why you want the job.

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be yourself
Thorough preparation
Look into the company

Interview Advice:

Be yourself
Confidence
Ask questions
Role play

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be aware of what Recruitment is;

- What does the job entail
- What are the hardships
- What are the payoffs
- What are the personal qualities that will help you to succeed in an industry with a high
attrition rate.

Interview Advice:

- Ability to take on feedback, and to use it to deliver a better performance next time round
is key for Franklin Fitch.

IT Contract Consultant, IT Infrastructure at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what it means to work in recruitment. Long hours, low salary in the beginning. Need to be driven and motivated.

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be honest and flexible

Interview Advice:

Be smart

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Have a tidy, good CV and demonstrate your value.

Interview Advice:

Be on time.
Answer concisely.
Have good, practical examples of key recruitment competencies.
Show your personality.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are fully committed to a career in recruitment, as it is very challenging. Also try and make your CV as clear and easy to read as possible.

Interview Advice:

Be clear with your answers and make sure you are very honest and consistent with your answers. We often conduct a role play which requires quick thinking.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Interview Advice:

Be honest throughout the interview, do your research about the reality of recruitment and ask questions.

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Attention to detail on your CV - avoid spelling/grammatical errors.

Interview Advice:

Thorough interview prep beforehand - learn what we do, the markets we cover etc.
Honesty, openness and excellent communication skills go down well.

Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Go via an agency or the in house recruiters where they can talk you through the working environment and what the job entails day to day, after all the job might not be for you. They will also guide you through the interview process and give you tips along the way.

Interview Advice:

It's a very lengthy interview process so be prepared to spend hours being in multiple interviews. A lot of people will come and interview you so make sure you are consistent with the answers you give.

Contract Desk at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Know what you are up to!

Interview Advice:

Be honest, do not pretend or you will not be happy.

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Consistency & displaying a hard working mind set.

Interview Advice:

Display your drive and motivation to become a recruitment consultant. The right mind set is key.

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be sure about what you want to achieve / goals in life.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Information Security at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

If you're looking for a challenging job opportunity after graduation - recruitment is for you.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, open and direct.

Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

- they like unconventional applications

Interview Advice:

- be honest, do not pretend to be someone you are not
- be outgoing

Junior Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what recruitment involves and understand what the role entails. Recruitment is a great sector to start your career in, you're working with people and you develop certain skills that you wouldn't elsewhere including resilience, which is key for every recruiter. You can make a great career for yourself if your committed and ready to push yourself to exceed your own expectations.

Interview Advice:

One of the positive points about the interview process with Franklin Fitch is that they want to know everything about you. They will spend valuable time talking to you about every success and failure you've had and what motivates you to progress in your career. It was one of the most in depth interviews I've had, and one of the best.

Consultant, Networking at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Open-minded.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared.
Professional.

Recruitment, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be career focused, due to working hours.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

The interview process is all about trust and honesty - you will see that we have a very open and direct culture and reflecting this from the start is of great importance. It is important that you have done some research on recruitment and know what the role entails and the key skills you need.

Interview Advice:

Research the company
Be honest
Don't be shy

Recruitment Consultant, IT Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate a strong work ethic and resilience.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, open, and show integrity.
Don't try to hide anything or lie, it will be obvious.
Embrace the interview process - it is long, but it yields very positive results, and by the end of it, you will have a very clear idea of whether or not Franklin Fitch is the right company for you.

Junior Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Make sure you want to work in recruitment - if the answer is yes, you'll have the best time. Just be authentic.

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Write a structured CV.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, do not make up anything, be honest.

Junior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Ensure your CV is formatted well with no mistakes. Be honest about why you want to go into recruitment. Prepare real life examples of where you have worked hard and faced rejection.

Interview Advice:

Arrive on time, be honest, show the interviewers your personality.

Infrastructure Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

If you are a hard working individual and want to have your work recognised and rewarded fairly, then Franklin Fitch is the place to come.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, know what you want and don't be late.

Recruitment Consultant, Information Security at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Work Hard, be patient, be resilient

Interview Advice:

Be open and direct

Recruitment Consultant, It-Security at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be patient and work hard.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well and be enthusiastic.

Recruitment Consultant, Network Engineering at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be aware that you have to work incredibly hard to have a lot of fun.

Interview Advice:

Know yourself (strengths, weaknesses).

Intern, IT at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Let your personality come through- even though competency is essential, team fit is a make or break. We work in very close contact with each other so it wouldn't work if we didn't get along.

Be confident and self-assured- 90% of this job is interactive so that is essential.

Know your CV!

Consultant, Consultant at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

The interview process is very long and in depth, make sure you are prepared and avoid all generic answers. Only the hardest working consultants stay with Franklin Fitch so they will want to make sure you are the right fit.

Interview Advice:

If you proceed to 2nd stage they will expect to see a significant improvement on your given feedback from interview 1!

Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

- Show passion and commitment
- Be honest on everything you put on your cv/application
- Consistency

Interview Advice:

- Personality is really important - be yourself and be confident
- Read up on sales techniques!
- Confident
- HONEST!!

Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your interview
Be honest
Be prepared to work hard and learn quickly

Interview Advice:

Ask lots of questions
Be on time
Confident
Honest
Relax

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

- be motivated, ethusiastic, honest
- be yourself in the interview

Junior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Application Advice:

You should be driven, motivated, target driven and ambitious. But the most important thing is to be yourself in the interview. People at Franklin Fitch really want to get to know you.

Junior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Money

Principle Consultant, Network at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

People
office location
expansion
levels of seniority in the business
excellence of what we do
consistency in message - internally and externally

Worst:

Sometimes limited by size

Lead Recruitment Consultant, IT at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

The culture and the people

Worst:

The rejection from candidates and clients

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

The people and the incentives.

Worst:

The office gets cold is cold in the winter.

Recruitment Consultant, LON PERM DE at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Working environment

Intern, Organisation at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Company Culture, Career Development, Commission Structure, Meritocracy, Positive Reinforcement, Transparency, Integrity

Worst:

Traveling to London office for training - would prefer online training although I feel that there's more value in face to face training.

Struggling to think of negative points.

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Culture
Training
Team atmosphere
encouragement

Worst:

not sure

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

- People

- Management

- Uncapped earning potential

- Office Culture

Worst:

- Work / Life Balance

IT Contract Consultant, IT Infrastructure at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

amazing Team, good Training, flat hierarchy, awesome incentives

Worst:

relatively low starting salary

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Familiar

Worst:

Small office

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Good colleagues
Interesting work

Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Incentives
Commission scale
Relaxed but professional work environment
Everyone buys into the culture and the company
Operate in a niche, and thriving market
Reputation

Worst:

Difficulty to hire due to our high standards

Senior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Very good group of colleagues, excellent training programme, fantastic office space, excellent perks (beer fridge, dart board, ping pong table), good incentives, good socials - though they good be more frequent.

Worst:

Lack of flexible working practices, KPI driven.

Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Good teamplay

Worst:

no flexible working hours

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

- good company culture/colleagues
- structured, good and efficient training
- quick progression
- a lot of individual support & understanding of what drives you

Worst:

- long working hours
- fast paced environment can be overwhelming at the beginning

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

money
career progression
training/development
working environment
colleagues

Worst:

not much flexibility regarding remote work

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Information Security at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

The team, management and working environment

Franklin Fitch
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Best:

- the team, great atmosphere
- management is very supportive
- very cool office
- "tea roll"
- fun lunch clubs

Junior Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

the people, management, cool office, good incentives

Consultant, IT at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Colleagues

Worst:

Working Hours

Recruitment Consultant, Network Engineering at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

great company culture
amazing colleagues
awesome incentives
fun company activities

Recruitment, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Colleagues
Commission Structure
Development
Trust in us by management
Ambition to grow the business
Offices

Recruitment Consultant, IT Recruitment at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Ethos
Offices
Opportunities to progress
Management
Training

Worst:

There are none!

Junior Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Office, team, boss.

Worst:

Nothing really.

Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

Young, dynamic.

Junior Recruitment Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

The environment is amazing to work in. The people are all easy to get along with and genuinely friends. Management sit on the work desks with us, making it easy to ask questions and learn from their expertise.

Worst:

The long hours can be pretty gruelling, but worth it in the long run.

Infrastructure Consultant, at Franklin Fitch
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Best:

David the owner. For his support and his positive attitude that creates a very positive working environment!

Worst:

Nothing so far.

Recruitment Consultant, Information Security at Franklin Fitch
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