Tremendous opportunity to make money, if you want to work a minimum of 60 hours a week, and don't mind hearing no frequently. It's a sink-or-swim culture, where it's highly competitive. You are no doubt rewarded for your success, but also disciplined for your shortcomings. They have a rather informal training program, but it suffices for the type of work in-store. They have you do 1 hour of personal development each day, but it's related to whatever field you are recruiting in. I didn't personally like the culture, as each Thursday at the NYC office, it was almost mandatory to go out and drink. While it's okay to go out and enjoy some spirits, most often with them, it's done in excess. The one plus side, is the CEO takes care of the bill. Overall, nice people if you do your job, and listen. A great opportunity to make a lot of money, at the cost of spending a lot of time in the office, for the first year, at least. You rarely leave before 8pm to 9pm and work begins at 8am.
True Meritocratic Environment
Terrible work:life balance