Certified Recruiter (Current Employee) – at my home in Palm Harbor FL – June 14, 2017
It was an excellent job with plenty of flexibility and with the opportunity to talk to a variety of people every day. I was able to use my customer service skills on a daily basis. I found it easy to move from customer service to recruiting and interviewing many different types of personality. I found the job to be a fun challenge to match the people I interviewed to the perfect job in the restaurant industry.
Over time I was able to learn a great deal about the restaurant operations and the type of people it takes to operate on a daily basis.
National Recruiting Manager (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 7, 2017
This job focuses primarily on cold calling different restaurant concepts to develop candidates and leads. Your success greatly depends on your ability to recruit, vet and submit potential candidates to clients.
Certified Senior Recruiter (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – July 21, 2017
Being able to work from home and autonomously is what I like. I am a self-starter and know what I need to do in a daily basis. I am given minimal guidance and proceed with it. I have goals to meet on a weekly basis and do so.
I think you may work for a franchisee in California. I'm glad you enjoyed your job but my franchisees are very small companies and generally are not able to offer health insurance when they only have 1 or 2 employees.
Job Work/Life Balance
Great Company, outstanding work/life balace
Veteran Recruiter (Current Employee) – Flint, MI – April 28, 2017
“OUTSTANDING CONCEPT! Been a recruiter since 2010”
“Haters are like crickets; they make noise you can hear, but you never see them, and quiet when you walk buy them...”
Recruiting Manager (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – June 12, 2016
Wish the management actually lived up to the "do the right thing" concept. Bottom line for them is not getting qualified people for the jobs their clients have; but giving the client exactly what they want, even if it means skirting around discrimination laws and not submitting clients that would otherwise be qualified.
Recruiter Restaurant/Hospitality Industry (Current Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – March 2, 2016
Full service recruiter including; cold/warm/hot calls, pre-screen interview with A+ Candidates. Must be fearless in asking difficult questions Excellent Management Friendly environment Turning results over to hiring managers and the candidates Helping people with change
Nice feedback! Sometimes the process does take a little longer than we would like but we can't control how long it takes our client companies to hire our candidates.
Job Work/Life Balance
Hard to work for,
former employee (Former Employee) – Dunkirk, MD – February 15, 2016
Changing constantly of the commission fee structure. In house management is very poor. Lack of communication and very unprofessional behavior by management. Co-workers are a good bunch of people. Employees never quit, they just don't show up after a while due to conflict with their commission payments.
no healthcare, no raises, doesn't follow MD law when it comes to employee rights concerning vacation, overtime and travel expenses concerning personal vehicle.
Contract Recruiter (Current Employee) – United States – January 12, 2016
If you like to work for a company where your results are directly related to your income.....Patrice and Associates is it. You have an unlimited amount of income available through commissions. If you work the system you will get results. But you have to work the system.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – Huntington, NY – November 18, 2013
Typical day at work consists of making phone calls to potential candidates who responded to job posts. I evaluate their experience, if there is a match with any of the jobs, I submit them to the correct company and position. Other than that is follow up with candidates in the process, interview schedule and preparation, communication with client, communication with management and making sure all these factors run smoothly.