I have recently completed University in late march and immediately started looking for a career whilst I was waiting for my graduation ceremony. I came across a company called Pareto Law, in which you apply directly to them by attaching your CV and cover letter including what you study, they usually advertise on job websites like indeed etc.. I have found my Journey through the Pareto recruitment to be quite successful as i am now a fully employed graduate through the recruitment company. If successful with their programme you recieve plenty of calls within the following week for interviews and as such, you may find it to be chalenging with the prolonged process and when placed directly with compaines for interviews you may feel as if you have done really well and recieve negative feedback the following day as have i done, however if you showcase the enthusiasm and potential ability to learn and progress im sure you will find yourself to be a successful candidate.
B2B Sales - Pareto Law Recruitment Watch
- Thread Starter
- 28-07-2016 18:22
- 28-07-2016 18:37
The moderators have been deleting these threads as they are SPAM.
Pareto are asking candidates to post only positive comments on here and to address negative comments with them directly.
Therefore any posts like this should be taken with a massive pinch of salt, or just deleted.
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- 31-07-2016 18:04
I would definitely avoid Pareto Law, just from friend's experience and my very brief interaction/communication with them I would be very cautious.
- 03-08-2016 02:04
They wanted me to travel from Glasgow to Manchester for a graduate assessment centre for a job I may not even get.
They're also very vague with what the jobs entail and what the company wants from you.
Also, like what is the point of this thread tbh - seems random and vague and pointless, lol?Last edited by jg2012; 03-08-2016 at 02:05.