Its a great company to learn how to become an effective recruiter. Everyone is really helpful. The company does allow you to develop their skills. It is a great place to start a career in talent acquisition
Human Resources Associate (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 22, 2016
Your life must be put on hold for their objectives. Very little advancement if you are not the chosen ones. Does not match on a yearly basis 401K. Management is very harsh unless you click. Benefits are not great.
I think that Korn Ferry is a great company, if you are interested in Executive Search. Their training is second to none, and the Managers are the best. It is not the place a person from Talent Acquisition should go, unless it's more of a business development role.
Team Leader - Service Delivery (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – April 19, 2016
Average day for those that plan ahead Get to know the real decision makers with the company and stay close to them Management is management - a little to much micro Coworkers are great and good people Hardest part is navigating ambiguity and seeing clearly the direction you should take with little to no information or guidance Satisfying clients and getting great talent good opportunities for their career movement forward.
Very process drivien. Heavy on Admin for Recruiters
Talent Acquisition Consultant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 5, 2016
I was farmed out to an RPO for corporate recruiting. The company prior to us was let go due to some short comings. We had to come in as experts. We were not to ask questions of our RPO as to not seem incompetent. Very little direction was given as to how to handle hiring managers other than to pretend to know every thing.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 31, 2015
Fast-paced working environment that rewards hard work and fosters a sense of real community in the workplace. Encouraged a culture of egalitarianism and mutual support that made for a loyal and committed staff.