Premier Group Recruitment FAQ

Have questions about working at Premier Group Recruitment? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Premier Group Recruitment.

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9 June 2021

What is health insurance like at Premier Group Recruitment?

Pros

If you do your job well by winning new business and consistently putting forward candidates and setting interviews you will have complete autonomy in this business. Team is very fun and supportive.

Cons

Company based in UK so there can be some communication breakdown, but it's not been too problematic and they give you the tools to succeed so it makes up for it. Health insurance could be better, but we are small in US so that to be expected.

Advice to Management

Management doesn't need any advice here. They let each office function the way it needs to in order to succeed and become profitable and it works.

Health insurance could be better, but we are small in US so that to be expected.

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9 June 2021

Does Premier Group Recruitment offer dental insurance?

Pros

Very supportive team culture with a great bunch of people, both in the US and Internationally. I joined pre-COVID and was initially concerned about being part of a new office during the pandemic, but the business instilled a huge amount of confidence and consistency, which paid off in spades. Solid PTO and good all round benefits, compensation is amongst the highest in industry, with a very clear path to career progression and a flat rate commission structure that doesn't take a Mathematics Doctorate to understand. Huge investment in systems, job boards, office space and incentive trips to encourage productivity (and have fun!).

Cons

Private Health Care, Dental and Vision benefits could be improved, but there are only so many people in the US offices, so this is something we expect to change in the near future - plus I'd rather have the higher base to compensate (which is on offer).

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing, after a challenging 2020, this year has been incredible and everyone is seeing the benefit of their efforts. Thanks for keeping us motivated and believing in each member of the team!

Private Health Care, Dental and Vision benefits could be improved, but there are only so many people in the US offices, so this is something we expect to change in the near future

9 June 2021

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23 April 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Premier Group Recruitment?

Pros

excellent training, real career opportunities, great company benefits and culture

Cons

not a great deal in all honesty

Advice to Management

keep up the good work and thank you for the opportunities given

excellent training, real career opportunities, great company benefits and culture

23 April 2021

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16 June 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Premier Group Recruitment?

Pros

Management and leadership Opportunities to progress Excellent working environment

Cons

Hot Chocolate is too hot!

Opportunities to progress

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19 August 2020

Does Premier Group Recruitment have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

After working here for a year now I can honestly say it has been a fantastic experience from the outset especially through the current period of the pandemic and lock down. The company have been extremely transparent with open communication throughout this uncertain period and have offered great support and training opportunities. Even whilst I was on furlough I was made to still feel an important part of the Business which was really important in this tough time. The Senior Management team here are easy to chat to and always around to help and want to see you succeed!

Cons

No real cons of working here the role does require hard graft but the commission and earning potential is worth it along with great incentives - you get out what you put in.

The company have been extremely transparent with open communication throughout this uncertain period and have offered great support and training opportunities.

19 August 2020

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