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Fyte Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Charles-Henri Dumon
  • Founded
    2007
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    £4m to £20m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Human Resources & Staffing
  • Headquarters
    Luxembourg, FR
  • Link
    Fyte website

At Fyte, we’re all about helping mid-level professional talent make the right decisions throughout their careers. With the guidance of our specialists and latest digital technology, including our Fyte4U video CV app, you’ll be perfectly placed to land your next permanent job or temporary assignment – with one of our many client organisations across the world.

Fyte is part of Morgan Philips Group.

Visit us https://www.morganphilips.com/fyte

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 1.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Reviews

Digital Content Editor in London, Greater London
on 28 April 2020
Friendly and supportive culture

Relaxed but very professional environment, all the teams are approachable and extremely knowledgeable! It really is a welcoming place where you're made to feel at ease.

HR & Talent Coordinator in London, Greater London
on 30 January 2020
Fast Paced Collaborative Environment, Great work life balance!

Been through a lot of change over the last 12 months but in a great position now and the environment and culture is going in the right direction.

Everyday is different and there's a lot of support from the wider business to achieve your goals.

Marketing Manager in London, Greater London
on 30 January 2020
Innovative recruitment company

Fyte combines the latest digital tools with the latest sourcing techniques to help you recruit junior to mid level talent in permanent and temporary roles better, faster and more cost-effectively.

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