Campbell Group FAQ

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8 English questions out of 8

18 September 2020

How are the career development opportunities at Campbell Group?

Pros

not that good people. could improve

Cons

no career progression, can be annoying

no career progression, can be annoying

18 September 2020

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29 May 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Campbell Group?

Pros

Good opportunity to work for

Cons

None that i can think of

Good opportunity to work for

29 May 2020

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14 October 2020

How is management perceived at Campbell Group?

Pros

Sociable, friendly, hardworking, weekly 1 to 1’s

Cons

Micromanaged, high targets, a cliquey environment, rude managers, bad management

Advice to Management

Set fair rules for everyone. No exceptions.

Micromanaged, high targets, a cliquey environment, rude managers, bad management

14 October 2020

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3 August 2020

Are employees at Campbell Group generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Support Culture Salary Bonuses Incentives Rewards

Cons

There are no cons this is the best place I’ve ever worked

Advice to Management

Continue what you’re doing

There are no cons this is the best place I’ve ever worked

3 August 2020

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18 October 2020

What are co-workers like at Campbell Group?

Pros

Massive company with fantastic resources and access to all the latest technologies. Great team nights out and a real sense of work hard and play hard. you weren't expected to work long hours as a norm compared to other agencies. You will have regular revues and team meetings. In general it is a very professional settings and is a great place to make some money if you are hungry to make it.

Cons

360 recruiters are seen as not worth more to the company than resources. Allot of in fighting was going on between branches and more so between the different brands of the Adecco Group. Work place bullying was rife and was covered up by the HR Department so managers would be able to get away with anything. Training was terrible and most of the consultants ended up teaching each-other. commission stature was very complicated and the threshold in my opinion was unfair especially for new consultants who do deals. In general training extremely poor most consultants didn't know how to use the internal systems effectively.

Advice to Management

Get rid of the under performing managers

Great team nights out and a real sense of work hard and play hard.

18 October 2020

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