Nicoll Curtin Careers and Employment
- CEOJames Johnson
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5m to $25m (SGD)
- IndustryHuman Resources & Staffing
- Headquarters155 Fenchurch Street Lon...
Principal Consultant in Singapore
on April 1, 2018
Great place to work with the right attitude & approach to agency recruitmentI would highly recommended Nicoll Curtin to experienced and prospective recruiters who are seeking the right balance between the modern approach to agency recruitment whilst maintaining the enjoyable office atmosphere which makes this industry fun and enticing! Over 3+ years I was lucky enough to work with and learn from some great employees of the company and had the opportunity to progress within my role when warranted by my performance. With a brand new office in the CBD area in Singapore (as of March 2018) Nicoll Curtin offers a great place to work. A company that is well suited to self-starters and go-getters whilst still offering a level of training, support and L&D which is necessary in a diverse recruiting role.
Consultant in Singapore
on March 15, 2018
Young, energetic and diverse office in Singapore.Great company with great people.We're a fun, energetic and young office and most of us have started here as a trainee and worked our way up. Our culture allows outstanding people to be successful and enjoy working here. We put a lot of effort into assessing values and attitudes, as well as competency, during interviews. And then support with a dedicated L&D Director.
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