All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Pro-Recruitment Group employees based on 30 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.8/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.2/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Benefits:
4.4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.5/5
 
Career Progression:
4.2/5
 
Colleagues:
4.8/5
 
Training:
4.5/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.3/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.2/5
 

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Pro-Recruitment Group

Average start time: 08:30

Average end time: 18:00

Average number of working hours: 9.5

Based on 30 reviews


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Application Advice:

Know that it's a sales environment.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

A D, Tax PP at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Interview Advice:

Be confident, remain calm!

Associate Consultant, Associate Consultant at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Get in touch and have a chat, register your interest, discuss the role and get plenty of information on it. Have a clear CV that outlines your experience and skills relevant to recruitment.

Interview Advice:

Be on time, be well presented. Have an open mind, ask as many questions as you want, and have a positive attitude. Do some research on the company prior to the interview, look through the website and if you see anything you particularly like about it, keep that in mind as you may be asked about this.

Associate Consultant, Recruitment at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what you are getting into before you apply, some people may think recruitment is all fun and games. Yes we have this 'work hard, play hard' atmosphere and working at Pro is full of perks, but you will still be expected to perform to the highest of your abilities. We have had many people 'jump' into recruitment just for the sake of having a job and earning some money. Do not do this, ensure you know what is going to be expected of you and decide if this is something which is doable.

Interview Advice:

Scored against key competencies, looking at your ability to react in certain situations, asking scenario questions, what would you do in this situation? etc.

HR and Talent Coordinator, Support at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Triple check your CV before sending for grammar and spelling mistakes. Make sure to include dates of education/work. If you have a video interview think carefully about your answers and demonstrate your skills but show your personality as well.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Pro is looking for people who fit in with their company culture and are ready and willing to learn as opposed to just the right person on paper. Demonstrate how you would be right for the role but let your personality shine through.

Marketing Coordinator, Marketing at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Be honest and transparent.

Interview Advice:

Again, be honest and ask lots of questions.

Executive Assistant, Admin at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

Make sure there are no errors in your CV as attention to detail is key in this role. You must also be able to demonstrate why you want a career in recruitment.

Interview Advice:

Make sure that you know your CV well!

You also need to be money motivated.

Consultant, Legal at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Application Advice:

You must demonstrate resilience. Recruitment is a very challenging sector with many highs and just as many lows.

Associate Consultant, Finance Commerce & Industry at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Help and advice

Worst:

yet to see

Associate Consultant, Associate Consultant at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

The atmosphere and environment, the support and training offered, and the excellent employee benefits.

Associate Consultant, Recruitment at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Company incentives
-ski trip
-prem club
-lunches paid for
-opportunity for progression
-WPA private health
-season ticket loan

and much more!

Worst:

N/A

HR and Talent Coordinator, Support at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Best things are the people and the culture. We have an excellent bens package as well!

Senior Consultant, Pro-HR at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Support one another, everyone gets on, great culture, great opportunities for progression, everyone wants everyone else to succeed.

Marketing Coordinator, Marketing at Pro-Recruitment Group
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Best:

Great culture
High earning potential
Management flexibility

Worst:

Recruitment - people leave very suddenly! When they give their notice, they go the same day. Not much chance for byes.

Also, the incentives are really good - but quite a lot about going out for drinks, which isn't great if that's not your thing

Consultant, Recruitment Consultants at Pro-Recruitment Group
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