Scantec Careers and Employment
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Recruitment Consultant in Birkenhead, Merseyside
on 8 August 2019
Heading in the right directionOver my time with Scantec, I have seen the business grow and change - for the better. We're not the finished article yet but that makes it interesting and provides opportunities for people to get involved in further changes. Our progress with the IIP is testament to our efforts and our intention to grow and become a better employer. With the right efforts from all involved, there's much more to come. The values of Scantec fit me really well and our pro-active approach to changing and adapting to more modern work place trends is great to see. There's a lot of experience here at Scantec and you can learn a lot from some of those people and how to apply it in the right way.
Director in Birkenhead, Merseyside
on 5 April 2022
Transparent and genuine from the top downScantec has been through huge change, some brought on by the pandemic and some for commercial reasons and this has brought about a shift in accountability for the whole team that has brought many benefits. The best thing about Scantec is being treated like a hard working employee rather than the worst employee and just being a number. The way I am treated drives a strong sense of ownership to Scantec and I love my job and the team I work with. An example of the trust is the continuation of the hybrid model allowing us to work from home 3 days a week. The hardest part of the job is juggling a variety of tasks and trying to make sure nothing slips through the net, that is the world of recruitment for you!
Recruiter in Birkenhead, Merseyside
on 6 March 2021
Regimented and unkind.At the end of my time working for Scantec, I was extremely unhappy and undervalued. Your face fits at Scantec and then suddenly it doesnt. You are then castigated, overlooked and unheard. Small changes start to happen as your responsibility gets stripped back, you are "uninvited" and communication stops. I witnessed bullying and unprofessional behaviour in my time there and saw many people treated in this manner, including myself in the end. People dont speak up due to witnessing the consequences if they do. I didnt recognise myself when I left Scantec, and it took me a long time to build up my confidence and trust again in a working environment. The values of the company are completely misleading. This is not an innovative, autonomous workforce. In truth, it's a highly controlled, manipulated environment.
Account Manager in Birkenhead, Merseyside
on 21 January 2020
ToxicScantec suffers from a delusion of grandeur that has seen Senior Management embark on a path of destruction. Once an enjoyable place to work the culture has become so toxic that retention rates have nose dived. The company have gone KPI and process mad with Consultants rarely being able use their own intuition. There are some positives with reasonable basic salaries and a nice office, however; I would always think twice before joining.
Talent Acquisition Manager in Wirral, Merseyside
on 1 May 2019
A great recruitment business with great leadershipScantec is a fantastic place to work with stable and consistent leadership, training and development, and real career progression on offer. The culture is open, friendly and democratic and the leaders have an open door policy. Standards are high, especially as far as internal recruitment is concerned, which is the challenge for my role. A good challenge, non the less. The most enjoyable part of my role is witnessing the people I've help bring into the business fly. I have 15 years recruitment experience and Scantec really is great place to work, with good people, good ethics and great leadership.
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