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Responsibility:
3.9/5
 
Work Life Balance:
2.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Benefits:
3.2/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
4.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.3/5
 
Training:
4.4/5
 
Enjoyment:
4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.9/5
 

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Application Advice:

We pretty much always look for new people. Make sure you have thought about what your personal and career goals are before as that is something we will be looking at. Just reach out to any of our employees or talent acquisition

Interview Advice:

Think about your goals beforehand so you can give reasonably clear answers.

Team Leader, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

be ready

Consultant, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be ambitious but humble

Interview Advice:

Please speaks a decent level of english in addition to your native language

Recruitment consultant/HeadHunter, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Try to deeply understand what recruitment is and how it works.

Interview Advice:

Bring your own self into the interview and have a clear idea of what you want to achieve by starting a job in NonStop.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Pharmaceutical and Diagnostics at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be confident and get involved as much as you can. Don't shy away and push yourself as much as you can as if you don't get out of your comfort zone, you won't develop.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, German Pharmaceutical at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

The first part is the hardest, stay motivated to then reap the rewards

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show your motivation

Specialist Consultant, Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Make sure you show your will to grow and that your CV is in English and you show all the languages and people management skills that you have.

Interview Advice:

Be proactive. Manage good your time. Always add value in your answers. Show yourself as a team player.

Recruitment Consultant, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

As we don't ask for previous experience - just make sure your CV looks neat and organized-well

Interview Advice:

Be energetic and active

Recruitment Consultant, NonStop Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Motivation is the key

Interview Advice:

Be 100% honest, show motivation and willingness to take that challange

Business Support Specialist, Finance at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Show proactivity! We get a lot of ad responses and being part of the Talent Acquisition team in NonStop and I realised that people who reach out to me directly over the phone or e-mail have a bigger impact in the recruitment process and make themselves stand out!

Interview Advice:

Do research on the company and have a clear motivation! Everybody here in the company is working to reach their own personal objectives and knowing what you want to achieve makes it easier for us to come up with a plan that helps you become successful !

Of course having a positive attitude is important and ask us questions! Most of the people in the Talent Acquisition department have been with the company for a while and they will be able to provide you with valuable insight that gives you a better perspective on the job and on the company!

Talent Acquisition Speciliast / Training and Development, Talent Acquisition/Training and Development at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

just be your self

recruitment consultant, sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Even if you don't have sales or direct communication experience, you might have the skills somewhere deep in yourself.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid of your ambitions. Ask, comment and try your best.

Recruitment consultant, Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Apply if looking for long term commitment
Apply if you are money driven or career progression driven
Apply if you are stimulated by daily challenges and you don't fear rejections

Interview Advice:

Show strong motivation and be open to feedback and continuous learning

Recruitment Team Leader, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

To understand that there are amazing possibilities when it comes to earning potential and career progression, but at least an equal amount of work to put in

Interview Advice:

Take feedback

Recruitment Consultant, Contract recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Show interest in sales - guaranteed invitation for interview.

Interview Advice:

Show willingness to learn and that you are resilient not afraid to work hard. It is also a sales role so it helps when they see the sales drive in you.

Recruitment Consultant, Czech Automotive Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

make sure you can articulate your goals and motivations

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment (Sales – UK) at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to speak up especially during the group interview.

Consultant, Social Care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Recruitment is essentially sales so sell yourself! Make your application stand out from the crowd!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - sounds cliche but there's no point pretending to be someone else just to land a job you don't really love.

M, M at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be aware that this is not a job for everyone but with ambition, drive and perseverance you have a great chance to achieve your goals quickly.

Team Leader, Cyber Security at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Provide a clear and concise CV that highlights your existing skills but also your strong motivation to learn new things.

Interview Advice:

Make sure to be open-minded and to take on any feedback you get. Demonstrate that you are eager to learn and interested in the company and role. Also, contribute to discussions and show that you are listening to what others are saying.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Chemical at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be pro active. Don't just wait for the TA to get in touch with you, try and approach them yourself.

Interview Advice:

Think about what you want out of your career and what motivates you.
Be interactive on the Experience Day (Assessment Centre) and try to take part as much as you possibly can

Talent Acquisition Team Leader, Talent Acquisition at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

- read the full advert before; decide whether relocation is possible before the application;
- make sure you fulfil the requirements before applying

Interview Advice:

- research about the role and the company, always know what you are applying for;
- sell yourself - why are you good for the role?
- avoid buzz words and try to express your personal motivation as clear as possible

Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist, Talent Acquisition at NonStop Recruitment
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Interview Advice:

Make sure to have researched the company and the recruitment industry. Have some mid - long term goals in mind that through working in this company you could work towards achieving. Being able to take on feedback is also key so pay attention during the assessment day!

Recruitment Consultant, Sales (Finance) at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Prepare for a sales role, emphasize communication skills, rewards, competitiveness

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to think on your feet and "sell" yourself. It's not about making friends on the assessment day although you need to demonstrate good social skills with your team members

Team Leader, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Whenever I am talking to candidates throughout the process I tell them to come with the right attitude! If they demonstrate their motivation and drive then they can really achieve anything in this company.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions! Make sure that they know everything they need to know about the company, the role and the people.

Internal Recruiter, at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Clearly show your experiences that are relevant to the position, padding you CV out with responsibilities in roles that are irrelevant is not productive.

Interview Advice:

Communicate clearly your own goals and ambitions not what you think the employer wants to hear. Its obvious when candidates come across with prepared speeches which are insincere.

Recruitment consultant, Pharmaceuticals at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Make sure you truly understand the requirements and what you need to do to progress within NonStop
Plenty of people to ask

Interview Advice:

Arrive early
Dress smart
Ask lots of questions

Consultant, London at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

You have to be patient and create a plan for yourself before you come out here, ensuring that you are prepared to be away from your family and friends for a while.

Interview Advice:

What motivates me? What I am interested in?

Recruitment Consultant, Social Care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Ask questions
research the role
Tell the truth

Interview Advice:

Research the company and our markets
Know what recruitment is
Ask questions

Recruitment Consultant, Social Care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Interview Advice:

Make sure you stand out from the crowd, for the right reasons.

Market builder, Social care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

My only piece of advice is to listen to the training and take everything on board in order to progress at a faster rate.
No one wants to be resourcing, whilst invaluable. I myself wanted to be in position where I earn money quicker and thus I wanted to get promoted as soon as possible.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and don't treat it like an interview, everyone there wants you to get the job therefore it is paramount that you don't act arrogant and cocky as it's not what they are looking for.

Consultant, Social Care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Know that you can make great money but it is not a get rich quick scheme. If you work hard, you will get results (lots of commission) very quickly.

It really is a meritocracy and you're only limited in what you can achieve by your own attitude!

Leave your ego at the door, take on advice and you can be very successful, very quickly.

Recruitment Consultant, at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Show your motivation to become part of the company

Interview Advice:

Be genuine, ask questions

Consultant, Marketing, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard if you want to benefit from the excellent meritocratic environment

Interview Advice:

Be confident
Show your personality

Sales Consultant, IT at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are ready to stay away from your family and friends for a few months at least, as many people get homesick. If you want to earn good money you will have to work hard

Interview Advice:

Do some research in to recruitment and how it works. If you have not done a sales job before, be prepared to sell! Contribute as much as possible in the assessment day if you get to that stage.

Recruitment Consultant, Social Care at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Take note that the training is done in the Czech Republic. Be yourself and remember that attitude is worth more to us than anything else. If you come wanting to learn, wiling to work hard and you have the ability to learn fast and listen. Then we would be happy to take you on board.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, London at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

It is a great learning experience - allows you to give recruitment a good shot without fearing the repercussions of not picking up all the skills straight away and being fired for not adapting fast enough.

Take this opportunity if recruitment is a field you want to genuinely explore and want to have the guidance and support to do it properly.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - let your personality come through and don't be shy to speak your mind.

recruitment consultant, pharmaceutical industry at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

You need to be money motivated and have a good constitution. You also need to be willing to learn and accept that you don't always know best, which many people find more difficult than expected.

Interview Advice:

Make your presence known, don't fade into the background. Be competitive but leave other candidates with the option to speak as well.
This is a sales job - being money-motivated is key.

Recruitment Consultant, Technical Division at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Understand recruitment is a sales role before you apply. Take the time to research the company and the industry.

Interview Advice:

Take on criticism and feedback.

Recruitment Consultant, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Application Advice:

Be ready to work hard to receive the rewards. Recruitment is a race and you need to have the drive and motivation to hit your targets. Patience and persistence are key and when something knocks you back, you need to be able to pick yourself up and move on quickly. Be open to learning from everyone around you, whether they are more junior or senior.

Interview Advice:

Be open with how you feel about the opportunity you're presented and ask as many questions as possible. You need to be sure you have all the information you need to determine whether it's the right job for you or not. With Nonstop Assessment Days, you get to meet a few people from the business so make a most of it and ask people about their experiences - everyone has a different story of how they approach recruitment and probably have different motivations for why they do it.

Recruitment Consultant, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

- Great management and environment
- Amazing opportunities for growth
- High salary
- Support

Worst:

- You have to work hard ;)

Team Leader – Quality Assurance – Germany, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Great energy and atmosphere.

Senior Training & Development Specialist, Training & Development at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Opporutnities
Job evolution
Team working

Consultant, French / Medical Device at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Extremely meritocratic and you can rise up the company without prior experience. Our CEO went from trainee to CEO in 7 years time.

Worst:

Its a high tempo sales environment which does not suit everyone

Team Leader, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

reputation
trusts us

Worst:

doesn't pay well at the begining

Consultant, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Good working environment, multitasking, job is never the same.

Worst:

Nothing really comes to my mind now.

Business Support Coordinator, Business support at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

international environment
great training system
the possibility of rewards for our performance
career opportunities
individual and team work
challenging work

Worst:

no time for anything else, time spent on travelling

recruiter, technical – automotive at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

International environment

Worst:

Turn over

Recruitment consultant/HeadHunter, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

They provide the right training, making sure that any Entry Level person can work hard and pursue a career in Recruitment.

Worst:

We have a high turnover, which jeopardizes the personalized feature that we sell to our Clients.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Pharmaceutical and Diagnostics at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Short decision chain, accessible management
Company culture aimed to make you better, not punish you for eventual mistakes

Worst:

Don't know

Specialist Consultant, Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Growth, culture and people.

Worst:

Low fix salary.

Recruitment Consultant, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Good career progression, good money

Worst:

Unstable as each month can be different to another, stressful, people are always coming/leaving

Recruitment Consultant, NonStop Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

potentially unlimited commission flow

Worst:

management style, high turnover.

Recruitment Consultant, R&D Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

A part of being a very professional company they do really care about the employees particularly

Worst:

Could be a bit fustrating at times when you don't get the results but it is only temporary

Consultant, Chemicals at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Variety of people and tasks

Worst:

Relatively low pay

Business Support Specialist, Finance at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

NonStop provides a truly meritocratic structure where even the Directors and the CEO of the company started as Trainee Recruiters. I believe it's quite rare that people could say they have the power to take success into their own hands on this level. The career progression here is incredibly fast and truly sky is the limit. On top of everything, we are very stimulated by the high commission structure which changes your life especially if you just graduated and you're thinking that you will achieve financial stability later in your life.

The team is fantastic, we are surrounded by motivated and like-minded people so regardless if you're an expat or a local you will surely make some friends here and you will find people that will help you get ahead.

Worst:

Recruitment/ Sales is known for being a domain that requires a lot of work and patience, so I would say that the first year you will need to put a bit more effort into it in order to become successful. However you need to keep in mind that if you want to be consistent you need to take a break once in a while as you will surely get burned out.

However, the results far overshadow this con.

Talent Acquisition Speciliast / Training and Development, Talent Acquisition/Training and Development at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

training

Consultant, Pharma at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

career development

recruitment consultant, sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

commissions, management, training, career opportunities

Worst:

work/life balance

Recruitment consultant, Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

everything

Worst:

nothing

Recruitment Consultant, Medical Devices at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Meritocracy
Young Environment

Recruitment Team Leader, Sales at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Commission structure
International team
Friendly company culture

Worst:

Micromanagement
Stressful environment

Recruitment Consultant, Czech Automotive Recruitment at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Supportive management, excellent commission

Worst:

high pressure sales based role which can be very stressful

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment (Sales – UK) at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Great team support and great support from managers as well. High rewards for good performance.

Worst:

Fast-paced environment, while generally good, can lead to stress as well and to less of a work/life balance.

Senior Recruitment Consultant, Chemical at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

Supportive
International (over 20 different nationalities)
Approachable CEO
Growing by 40% year on year
Young and vibrant

Talent Acquisition Team Leader, Talent Acquisition at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

good remuneration based on performance, full training and coaching provided; good working environment and international team; good location

Worst:

not necessarily worst - challenging work and working hard and under pressure

Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist, Talent Acquisition at NonStop Recruitment
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Best:

International environment
Amazing earning potential really quickly once joining
chance to progress to management really quickly

Worst:

can be stressful sometimes if you aren't performing.

Recruitment Consultant, Sales (Finance) at NonStop Recruitment
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