Recruiter Reviews

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Based on 1,493 responses, the job of Recruiter has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.81 out of 5. On average, Recruiters are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Recruiter?

November 2018
"Great opportunities if motivated!"
Recruiter in St. Louis:
Pros: The different people.
Cons: Lack of support.
July 2020
Recruiter in Oakland:
Pros: I have had the opportunity to build community with my fellow POC colleagues whom have similarly negative experiences at FMA. We keep each other informed when leadership refuses to be transparent. I also feel that there are opportunities to grow my skills with professional development funding.
June 2014
"Headhunter."
Recruiter:
Pros: Get known with many people.
Cons: To announce someone to leave.
July 2014
"Awesome."
Recruiter:
Pros: Meeting people and finding where they fit in the workforce.
Cons: Terminating lower level blue collar employees.
October 2014
"It requires pascience, organizational skill and persevirence."
Recruiter:
Customer Service will take you a long way.
November 2014
Recruiter:
Pros: I enjoy helping people find a job that allows them to make a living for themselves.
Cons: It can be difficult turning away individuals who have a great personality and need a job, but aren't a fit for your positions.
December 2014
"Finding, Encouraging, and Empowering People."
Recruiter:
Pros: I love having the ability to have a hand in shaping my position and paving the way for the future of recruiting at my company. Even more so, I love helping others by being able to open doors of opportunity for them.
Cons: I dislike feeling overwhelmed by my job, which can often incorporate lots of HR and marketing tasks on a one-woman recruiting "team."