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19 March 2019

How are the career development opportunities at SThree?

Pros

Good team environment, career opportunities, more of a stepping stone.

Cons

Rigid structure, micro management & KPIs

Advice to Management

Don't focus on the number of speculative CVs sent out as a key KPI, it only agitates potential clients.

Good team environment, career opportunities, more of a stepping stone.

19 March 2019

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16 June 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at SThree?

Pros

they offer good benefits and their office is very centrally located in brussels

Cons

as consultant, it is really hard to identify with company, as there have been no events to get to know other consultants and employees. No opportunity to benefit from internal knowledge to get help on projects. Employees (HR,Payroll etc.) are barely answering e-mails and it is hard to get information. Really intransparent on internal processes. I also received a lot of wrong information during hiring process.

No opportunity to benefit from internal knowledge to get help on projects.

16 June 2020

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26 November 2020

How are promotions handled at SThree?

Pros

Very flexible Kind management Great Christmas dos Friendly office environment

Cons

Bad commission structure Bad promotion criteria

Bad promotion criteria

26 November 2020

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7 September 2018

What is the feeling of job security at SThree?

Pros

-Young, Fun Culture -Stable job if you need to figure your life out -Fun incentives

Cons

-No $, especially in your first 1-2 years. Base is 35-40k. If you're on the beginner plan, expect to make no commission. -Training is good initially but the rest is left up to your managers, who are the opposite of trainers. -Horrible management and communication. 0 respect.

Advice to Management

-Fire almost all of your managers or the turnover will never end. If not, all of your managers need training on basic HR.

-Stable job if you need to figure your life out

7 September 2018

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