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19 English questions out of 19

22 December 2020

Does Andersen Partnership offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

I originally worked for TAP for over three years, progressing from Consultant and getting promoted three times into my final role as Associate Director. I left to move into internal recruitment, but when my role was terminated due to COVID-19, I returned to TAP in the middle of the pandemic. The tools and support are there for you to perform from day one for those with the right attitude. TAP genuinely has: - the best commission structure for temp Recruiters in the market; you get the same earning potential / commission scheme as your perm counterparts. There is also no negative carry forward, so you start each quarter afresh. - a strong brand presence and client coverage across the insurance / accounting space that you can leverage. - the flexibility to work a reduced week that is extended to all employees. - passionate leaders who want their Consultants to excel. - an outputs driven environment, where high performance is recognised and rewarded.

Cons

Computers in the Sydney office are a little outdated and could do with updating e.g. providing laptop to Consultants that you can dock to any computer with dual screens and make it easier to work from home. Phones in the office are also connected to your computer, so if no-one is logged on, there is no way for candidates / clients to leave messages and calls can be missed.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you are doing - there's no other recruitment agency I would ever have considered returning to after moving to talent acquisition, and I'm really grateful that the Managing Director Shawn was supportive of me working part time whilst I pursued a career change.

a strong brand presence and client coverage across the insurance / accounting space that you can leverage.

22 December 2020

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27 November 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Andersen Partnership?

Pros

Good and transparent commission structure Excellent progression opportunities No micromanagement

Cons

Not as recognised in marketplace as some bigger recruiters

Excellent progression opportunities

27 November 2019

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19 August 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Andersen Partnership?

Pros

Culture, support, and the opportunity to travel interstate

Cons

Not really too many. It’s recruitment, it’s tough but you’re offered a lot of support to succeed

Advice to Management

None

Culture, support, and the opportunity to travel interstate

19 August 2019

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17 December 2019

Does Andersen Partnership have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

Great support and training from the guys in the Melbourne team, always helping to guide you in the right direction and give you more/less help when you need. Having worked in other recruitment agencies before, the level of genuine care from everyone is amazing. The company culture is great, everyone is friendly and inclusive - the cliche recruitment life of work hard play hard culture applies!

Cons

An IT revamp is needed - computers are ancient, slow and only 1 screen.

Advice to Management

Continue doing what you are doing!

Great support and training from the guys in the Melbourne team, always helping to guide you in the right direction and give you more/less help when you need.

17 December 2019

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22 December 2020

Why do Andersen Partnership employees quit?

Pros

I originally worked for TAP for over three years, progressing from Consultant and getting promoted three times into my final role as Associate Director. I left to move into internal recruitment, but when my role was terminated due to COVID-19, I returned to TAP in the middle of the pandemic. The tools and support are there for you to perform from day one for those with the right attitude. TAP genuinely has: - the best commission structure for temp Recruiters in the market; you get the same earning potential / commission scheme as your perm counterparts. There is also no negative carry forward, so you start each quarter afresh. - a strong brand presence and client coverage across the insurance / accounting space that you can leverage. - the flexibility to work a reduced week that is extended to all employees. - passionate leaders who want their Consultants to excel. - an outputs driven environment, where high performance is recognised and rewarded.

Cons

Computers in the Sydney office are a little outdated and could do with updating e.g. providing laptop to Consultants that you can dock to any computer with dual screens and make it easier to work from home. Phones in the office are also connected to your computer, so if no-one is logged on, there is no way for candidates / clients to leave messages and calls can be missed.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you are doing - there's no other recruitment agency I would ever have considered returning to after moving to talent acquisition, and I'm really grateful that the Managing Director Shawn was supportive of me working part time whilst I pursued a career change.

I left to move into internal recruitment, but when my role was terminated due to COVID

22 December 2020

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