I have been working at PageGroup full-time (Less than a year)
International Transfers, Great Pay, Great incentives, Collaborative culture.
The only con is that Hays is bigger than MP, but MP is better!
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at PageGroup in January 2016.
Initial contact was pleasant and promising, was asked to come in for an interview with the recruiter from Michael Page just 20 minutes later. The level and office number given to me was wrong, but I arrived early. The people at the front desk were friendly, the recruiter was also, and the interview went well, or so I was told.
The recruiter told me to expect a call within a couple days. I called her on the third day, and she was snappy and it felt like she wasn't being honest with me. She told me I'll hear from her regardless of the outcome, when she hears back from them.
I called her the following week and after several attempts (she was apparently out of the office), I finally got through to her, but she claimed that she still had not heard from her client.
It is now two and a half months later, and I still have no idea what was happening. I've had to move on. The entire experience was a waste of $20, which I could have used to travel a different interview on that same day.
I would not recommend Michael Page, nor would I deal with them in the future.
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