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The reason I chose Oscar was one due to the amazing training scheme and the fact we also have an in house trainer as well. Mainly though I chose Oscar for the people and culture they have from the second I walked into the office I was made to feel welcomed and comfortable and I knew it was the office I wanted to work in.
Training, Culture, Social Life
I chose Oscar, because from the moment I walked in, I received a warm welcome and from there I knew I wanted to be part of the buzzing team! With the competitive bonus structures, the school of excellence and the friendly, passionate and welcoming staff I knew this was the place to begin my career in recruitment! 4 weeks in, it has not disappointed! If you want to work in a sociable, friendly and supportive environment then Oscar is #1!
supportive and fun
Working at Oscar has been a great experience and was the best decision I could have made after graduating. From your first day, you can sense the amazing team environment that has been created and there is always a buzz in the office. This is in no doubt due to the fact that every day you are surrounded by a fantastic group of people who all share the same desire to succeed and progress their careers and their earnings. What is expected of you is very clear and support is available whenever necessary to ensure that you are in the best position to hit your targets. These targets are well defined and there are always incentives running, such as free holidays and meals at the best restaurants. Recruitment is a tough industry, but it's made a lot easier working at Oscar due to the people you work alongside and the brilliant culture that has been created.
Great Company Culture and Working Environment, Amazing Incentives and Commission Structure
Oscar would be a great company to work for, if not for the fact that 80 percent of it's revenue in the US comes from one consultant. Company culture is non existent. And, you are being added to a group of ex-pats that the company is paying to live in the united states. If you are an American, you are 1st on the copping block. There was virtually no training for new hires. Not conducive for a young professional leaning a new skill.