Austin Fraser Coworkers FAQ

Read what Austin Fraser employees think about their coworkers. A positive work environment relies on a variety of factors and your coworkers play one of the biggest roles. This is the chance for you to learn more about your future colleagues.

All answers shown come directly from Austin Fraser Reviews and are not edited or altered.

See questions about:

(select only 1)
Career Development
Diversity And Inclusion
Senior Leadership
Work Life Balance

1 English question out of 1

1 July 2019

What are co-workers like at Austin Fraser?


- Great culture where your coworkers become close friends - Amazing teammates with diverse interests outside of work - Stellar training (strong L&D department) where you'll learn critical tools about quality recruitment and the search for talent in the competitive Austin tech scene - Management has real insight into shaping success as a recruiter and are more than happy to share keys to success with you one on one - My Team Lead was one of the best people I've had the pleasure to work with. - Absolutely incredible office in the heart of downtown Austin. Close to prospective clients and networking opportunities. Scenic views of Town Lake and real close to it as well! Great food nearby. - C-Suite is incredibly genuine and supportive. They are also super transparent and forthcoming about the company's vision. - Fantastic annual trip to London (and other destinations going forward) for Annual Sales Meeting. Such a fun bonding experience.


The AF Management and L&D teams will ensure that you are properly trained and prepared for it, but this can be a pressure cooker environment. If you thrive having the ball in your hands as the clock is winding down; this is a great fit for you.

Advice to Management

Keep up the excellent work in expanding US operations, planning after-hour activities, and generally being a warm and accepting environment where you can get one on one help if you need it. Lunch clubs/incentive trips are a major part of AF culture, but they bounce both ways. It's amazing if you're on them, but brutal if you're not. Having been on both sides of it; the swings can be pretty rough.

Great culture where your coworkers become close friends

1 July 2019

See 27 more answers

1 English question out of 1

Popular Careers with Austin Fraser Job Seekers