Recruitment is a job. In other words, a way to make money. However, choosing your ideal role shouldn’t only be about your basic salary and commission. Identify the perks and benefits that matter to you, and factor these into your decision when deciding on your next position.
You don’t want to be stuck in the same position for the next few years without any real chance of advancement. If you’re good at what you do, your employer should be doing everything they can to help you get to the next level. This includes training and opportunities to learn from the best.
Potential to earn
Remuneration in recruitment is largely based on commission. Before you even consider a role, you should be looking at how much commission you could potentially earn. At Global Accounting Network, we offer up to 60% commission to ensure our team is being rewarded for their hard work.
You should be able to decide where you work and when you work. Flexibility in these areas allows you to take the lead on how you work. After all, your aim is to do what’s best for your clients and candidates, not sit at a designated desk for eight to nine hours a day. Look for positions that allow the freedom to decide how you want to spend your time.
Freedom to grow your career
Bloated structures and outdated hierarchies only limit your ability to take your career where you want to. You should have the ability to decide how you serve your clients and candidates and take the lead on how you want to develop and grow. Old school hierarchies have no place in modern recruitment.
Paid holidays and time off
Gone are the days when all you did was work, sleep, eat, and talk shop. To be great at what you do, you need time off. That’s why you should take an in-depth look at leave policies when you’re looking for your next career move. At Global Accounting Network, we offer the opportunity to get uncapped paid holidays because we trust our team to know when they need to switch off.
You work hard and you deserve to reap the benefits. You don’t want to work at an agency that doesn’t respect you enough to call out your wins. Look for companies that reward great performance and offer perks such as MVP awards, lunches out, and even company trips.
At the end of the day, these are the benefits and perks that make working in recruitment the great experience it is.
If the above piqued your interest, you’re in luck. We’re growing our team and are looking for talented people to join us. Get in touch today to discuss this opportunity.
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