Judging by Reading the reviews there is a lot of mixed feelings towards work, wages, organisational issues, and much more beneath the surface.
So by those comments alone a person needs to work for the company and make your own decisions on what it is you want? Is it possible to reach your goals?If they change you have the choice to remain, leave or adjust if that fits with your life choices
At my time when I was working at Hays, I learnt a lot, and because it was first job when I was looking to change profile, and qualification, it was very pleasant experience. My typical day at work started with screening and interviewing candidates, making sure they are fully compliant and suitable for the vacancies you typically recruit for (Carpenters, Electricians, Labourers, Ground-Workers, Plumbers, etc) • Cold Calling / Business development / Networking • Negotiating with clients • On-going management of client and candidate relationships