Company Director (Former Employee) – Dublin – 8 February 2018
I employ over 300 staff for one of the biggest medical systems company's in the world and these QED should be closed down unrealistic and unreliable and a complete shambles to deal with. Stay away go to a proper recruitment agency if you need too stay well away from these cowboys.
Pros are you joking me
A bunch of cowboys, feel sorry for genuine people dealing with these jokers
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – Dublin – 24 November 2017
This might be the worst Agency in whole Dublin. Serious bullying at the office is a daily thing. They only employ very vulnerable people who have no idea about their employment rights so are easy to manipulate (e.g. new to the country or those who never worked in an office job before). Long hours for a very low pay including work from home early in the morning and during the weekend. Extremely pressurized environment.
Administrativa (Former Employee) – Dublin – 19 April 2017
Fue una gran experiencia a todos los niveles, me dio la oportunidad de trabajar en el ámbito de la administración y hacerlo en una lengua extranjera, aparte de poder tratar con personas de otros países.
General Operative (Former Employee) – St Margarets, County Dublin – 7 July 2016
Working there was really good for me, gave me a lot options to try a lot things. Good place to get to use live in Ireland. I learn how to hard work and do huge amount of overtimes, learn how to drive pallet truck and electric pallet truck, to use my creativity in work.
General Operative (Former Employee) – Dublin North, Dublin – 1 December 2015
Fun work place with supportive managment. Great opportunity to learn new skills with funny, creative co-workers. Some of the hardest part of the job is to be responsible for products. Most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.
Class C driver (Former Employee) – Dublin – 2 October 2013
I was employed for 4 1/2 years by Greenstar Waste Management through QED Recruitment. My main tasks were the collection of recyclable material (bales of cardboard and plastic).This happened 3 days a week. The other 2 days were spent replacing damaged bins for exsisting clients, delivering bins to new clients, and the removal of bins from sites no longer using Greenstar. On occasion I was asked to cover drivers who would be away through illness or holidays, as I had a very good knowledge of their particular routes.