Based on 358 responses, the job of Corporate Recruiter has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.17 out of 5. On average, Corporate Recruiters are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Corporate Recruiter?
Corporate Recruiter in Jersey City:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: Paying extra taxes due to living in NY
Corporate Recruiter in Rock Hill:
Pros: The culture is the best I have ever experienced. Everyone is so collaborative and my manager actually cares about developing me.
Cons: Not being kept in the loop on why some decisions are made but there is most likely a good reason for that!
"I would stay in human resources instead of going to recruiti."
Watch your back! Cut throat industry, but can be rewarding. Do all of the development you can and align your self with good people.
Pros: I enjoy being able to work from home whenever I want. And I like that I am able make an inpact by get involved in many projects within different facets of human resources. Therefore, I do not feel like I am stuck in the box and I do much more than just recruiting.
Cons: At first, it can be frustrating to get the needs and requirements from the hiring managers. For example, I was first told that they are "just looking for someone with customer service experience". However, they truly want someone with other skills, experience, and qualifications, but they are too busy to take the time to meet with you and discuss in detail.
"Highs and Lows."
Pros: I like that I get to work closely with a team that is all focused on the same goal, and that I'm able to give deserving people good jobs.
Cons: I don't like when I feel like a salesperson. I try to avoid selling opportunities to people and sometimes as a recruiter you can be forced to push people into positions that aren't always a good fit for them.
Pros: Work/Life Balance. Collaborative atmosphere. Team environment. Company's Culture. Ethics.
Cons: Pay is not competitive with market. Growth.
Corporate Recruiter in Dallas:
Pros: Lots of opportunities, lots of employers, access to training and helpful resources. Close to restaurants and shopping.