If you’re currently working in recruitment, you’ll know that it can be an exhilarating and rewarding career. It can also be extremely high pressured, overly competitive, wildly unstable, and really not all that good for your work-life balance.
At SR2 we don’t run things that way. Mostly because we’ve been there and we didn’t like it. We’re all for success, we just define it slightly differently to the rest of the industry. So here’s a snapshot of what it’s like to work with us.
What we Offer
A people-first culture:
This is our founding value, part of our DNA, and something everyone we work with signs up to.
Forget thresholds; you’ll earn on everything you bill.
True work-life balance:
You don’t have to slog through a 60 hour week to be successful here. In fact, we’re big fans of the Friday 4pm finish and the occasional two hour lunch break.
Autonomy and accountability:
You’re an adult, so that’s how we’re going to treat you. We trust our team.
That said, we’ll also give you the coaching and support you need to thrive – all we ask for in return is hard work and passion.
Lunch clubs, early finishes, trips away, a bottle of bubbles – whatever floats your boat, we’ll look into sorting it out for you.
What we don’t offer
An onsite gym:
But, when you pass your probation we will pay for your membership at a gym that’s less than 5 minutes away.
A beer fridge:
We have a full blown bar on-site at our office in Runway East!
Well what’s the point! All of our incentives are within reach and inclusive.
The ‘World’s Best Commission Scheme’:
How would we prove that anyway? But ours is very competitive.
You bill, you earn. Which seems by far the fairest way to us.
Irrelevant KPI’s, spreadsheets, and anything else that makes an already tough job any tougher:
Well really, why would we?
Want to join us?
If you see the ‘me’ in ‘team’, this isn’t the right place for you. But if you get excited about fulfilling your potential alongside giving back, seeing others succeed and sharing your knowledge, then we’re going to be a good match.
Anything else you want to know? Just ask.