“Consistently the CarlyleYoung Group demonstrated an insightful understanding of the issues and situations and provided sound strategic advice. In recruitment their processes were extensive in terms of understanding the clients needs and as a result the candidates presented were competitive”.
“From our first meeting, it was clear that you understood completely the requirements of the group you were recruiting for. I have also appreciated very much the ‘straight bat’ approach you have played and the extra coaching and clarity you have given me around the role”.
“I am very grateful to the recruitment services of CarlyleYoung Group in assisting me to secure this exciting job opportunity. I was given constructive and honest feedback promptly after my interviews with the employer which I found extremely insightful. I would highly recommend their recruitment services to other job applicants”.
“I would like to thank you for the professional and personable way in which you handled this engagement. Your approach reflected a depth of understanding of the requirements of the position and the cultural fit sought...”
“Just a short note to let you know that I am enjoying my new role. I also wanted to thank you very much for the insights and mentoring you have given me over the last year or so. I have directly utilised these to choose the right role for myself and for my ongoing personal development in order to maximise my desirability to the correct employers”.
“My past experiences with employment agencies have been somewhat uneventful and very mechanistic. Instead you took the time to understand me, my skills, competencies and capabilities to develop a clear understanding about me, and what I was looking for and what I am capable of. This is what truly sets you apart from the rest of the recruiters I have met”.
“I have visited several agencies in London, and Melbourne, undergoing several interviews and tests. While most of these have become routine, my experience at Carlyle Young stood alone for quality of service; specifically I did not feel I was being treated as a number”.