Cox Purtell FAQ

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14 English questions out of 14

30 October 2019

Does Cox Purtell offer a wellness program?

Pros

I loved working at Cox Purtell for it is a company that allows you to be yourself and will work to your strengths. They appreciate the time and commitment, and are a rewarding and giving company. They offer continuous training and growth opportunities, as well as movement within the company. A generous wellness program and they are always open to feedback. Management is supportive but doesn't micromanage.

Cons

I thoroughly enjoyed my time and don't have any complaints about working at Cox Purtell.

A generous wellness program and they are always open to feedback.

30 October 2019

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9 May 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Cox Purtell?

Pros

Cox Purtell is a family. It is a collaborative, kind and nurturing environment where no question is a stupid question and junior through to senior consultants are all given the same level of respect and trust. The induction process is thorough and executed exceptionally well. From day one you are made to feel welcome and part of the team. I went on board with zero industry experience and was never afraid made to feel like an outsider. The commission structure was great. The different teams work openly across different jobs and share client and candidate connections. The offices are beautiful and in a great location. CP never ignores an opportunity to celebrate or spend time bonding, meaning there are always fun events or activities going on. James Purtell is a brilliant CEO, he is approachable and level headed. There is never a time that I would feel uncomfortable discussing a situation with him. He will always make time for each individual within the company.

Cons

Honestly, my time at CP was brilliant. They have hit the nail on the head with the appropriate balance of work hard/play hard. There isn't a downside.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing.

James Purtell is a brilliant CEO, he is approachable and level headed.

9 May 2019

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5 March 2019

How is management perceived at Cox Purtell?

Pros

Nice offices good technology Good longstanding temp book (but don't expect to get paid for filling the roles)

Cons

Old school values poor and lazy management Cost of running the business will be transferred on to you despite you not having any control over how it is run Top heavy Mediocre performance high turnover

Advice to Management

Get more training

poor and lazy management

5 March 2019

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12 August 2020

Are employees at Cox Purtell generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Great technology stack, marketing support, good brand and good reputation for quality service and the MD is a genuine and decent person. They always had a balanced approach to expectations and patience with people while they set themselves up for success. Comms were always pretty standard and consultants were always well informed of the T&C around comms.

Cons

CP is not the place for you if you can't drive your own success. You are given all the tools, support and training to succeed but you have to have to do the work and make it happen, if you want to have work constantly fed to you then go to a big agency.

CP is not the place for you if you can't drive your own success.

12 August 2020

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12 August 2020

What is the company culture like at Cox Purtell?

Pros

Great technology stack, marketing support, good brand and good reputation for quality service and the MD is a genuine and decent person. They always had a balanced approach to expectations and patience with people while they set themselves up for success. Comms were always pretty standard and consultants were always well informed of the T&C around comms.

Cons

CP is not the place for you if you can't drive your own success. You are given all the tools, support and training to succeed but you have to have to do the work and make it happen, if you want to have work constantly fed to you then go to a big agency.

They always had a balanced approach to expectations and patience with people while they set themselves up for success.

12 August 2020

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