Quanta Consultancy Services Employee Reviews for Delivery Driver
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Quanta is different to every other recruitment agency I have ever come across. You look forward to going to work everyday, and actually enjoy your day, speaking to candidates and your colleagues. Everything you do is productive and fun at the same time, everyone genuinely does get along and supports each other as a team, and you leave the office every day in a good mood, even on bad days because everyone supports each other. The training everyone receives is amazing, and it's actually enjoyable, it's so sufficient that you pick up everything straight away, and actually look forward to going away and using it. On a Friday everyone gathers upstairs and says thank you and congratulates each other on their hard work for the week, the directors and leaders join in and we have a round up of the week that's past and everyone receives recognition for everything they've done- it's honestly just so lovely to leave the office on that high. It's honestly one of the best companies I have worked for, we work hard and we're rewarded well. The whole team respects each other, and everyone set's their own goals to achieve, not the company, so you personally develop in the way you want to/works the best for you.
We are a medium-sized family run Recruitment Consultancy company, specialising on the Life Sciences, Renewable Energies and ICT sectors. Our head offices in the leafy town of Berkhamsted provide the perfect setting for a busy but vibrant working environment. A typical day as Delivery Executive consists of calling candidates known to Quanta, qualifying suitability for a given position and advertising online for current live requirements. Once a suitable candidate has been identified, preparing a CV, sending it to the client; then preparing the candidate for interviews and other surrounding logistical issues are all part of the job. Working here has taught me how to read between the lines as well as massively improved my time management and organisational skills. The training is extensive and there is constant communication on new training wishes, as well as language tuition where appropriate. Managers listen to your feedback and take it on board. We embrace a "one team" culture, where we help another out and celebrate our successes as one. We work hard, keeping a positive attitude with a healthy dose of humour and banter. The hardest part of the job is the necessity to be very persistent and patient when it comes to reaching candidates and when waiting for client feedback. The most enjoyable part of the job is the great company culture, which stays true to its roots and knows how to uphold the work/play balance. Oh, and did I mention we have a recreational space with PS4, ball pool and a table tennis table?
Table tennis table!
Quanta is a great company to work for, where they value their employees and support everyone in progressing and building a career. This isn't just the case within working hours, Quanta likes a social event and get together, from summer BBQ's, Christmas party's, to going to the pub together after work on a Friday. You feel very valued and your opinion does matter to the management team. You can talk to everyone and especially when you come from a non recruitment background everyone is very supportive and helpful. It is a great and fun company to work for :)
- rewarded for efforts and hard work - everyone is friendly and welcoming - great staff area with table tennis, ball pit, table football, play station etc - enjoyable work socials - interesting industries to recruit in - excellent training and development opportunities for career progression
Competitions run weekly to win free lunches and/or early finishes
Longer working hours due to nature of Recruitment Industry
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