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Size of company: Medium (50 - 499 employees)

Industry: Recruitment, Employment Services

  • I was a Recruitment Specialist at excelHR and learned a lot from the start. The management team was very good at giving balanced feedback about my work, praising me for my accomplishments and giving me ideas of how I could improve. Like other careers it is not for everyone; it is a great environment for those who like to improve and learn on a constant basis, for those who are competitive and who like working in a busy environment. The company was also great at recognizing their employees for their efforts and rewarding us with lots of fun activities. Additionally, the people I worked with were great. They were very helpful and very encouraging, and welcomed me as a member of the family from the start. I truly enjoyed the time I spent at excelHR (close to a year) and would recommend it to anyone who has the kind of personality that would enjoy a fast paced workplace with great challenges. Even if it turns out to not be your cup of tea, it surely will give you skills that will help you excel in future positions.

    Posted on 16 July 2012 by Rater #8 | Flag as inappropriate

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"Most corporate recruiters started in a firm."

And that's precisely the problem.

Posted on 18 July 2012

I think the above comment was only your opinion, and by that comment, I will assume you haven't worked in agency recruitment. I am not familiar with excelHR but I know that you can gain alot from a firm. Most corporate recruiters started in a firm.

Posted on 18 July 2012

"Like other careers it is not for everyone"

By everyone, you mean anyone who has a decent education and knows a thing or two about business organizations. Most people who work in recruitment in ANY company are failed sales people who get most of their business "education" from fluffy seminars and books written by scam artists. Any educated business person has seen the glazed look of ignorance that you get from a recruiter when you bring up anything involving the real workings of a business organization.

Posted on 16 July 2012

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