Job Agencies in Czech Republic: Are They Really Working for You?
Job Agencies in Czech Republic
How jobs agencies works in Czech Republic ?
There are numerous job agencies operating within the affordable IT market in the Czech Republic.
Upon browsing job websites, it is evident that a particular corporation is frequently seeking new employees. This could be an indication of underlying issues. The corporation struggles to retain its workforce, not because individuals choose to leave, but rather due to inadequate management and subpar salaries. The Czech Republic has become a “low cost country,” attracting the attention of corporations who prioritize profit over fair compensation for their workers, as opposed to other EU countries.
Do not rely on job agencies to secure a high-paying job for you. These agencies work with corporations and prioritize the interests of the corporations over yours. They often offer lower salaries so that they can profit from the difference. In fact, the agency fee may even exceed your monthly salary.
Numerous job agencies in the Czech Republic serve US corporations in their search for inexpensive labor. These companies, particularly those from the US, offer significant compensation to recruit high-quality employees at a lower cost. Their goal is to replicate the same labor model seen in India within the EU.
Job agencies typically do not provide salary information on their websites. However, reputable agencies will inform and advise job seekers on the actual salary range for a particular position, taking into account the job’s responsibilities and the individual’s experience. It is important to note that salaries may vary depending on the country in which the position is located. Thus, two individuals in the same job position may receive significantly different compensation in different countries.
If the agency fails to disclose the salary during initial contact, it is safe to assume that they prioritize serving companies rather than job seekers.
Don’t rely on job agencies to secure employment for you; take initiative and search for job openings on company websites instead.
Agencies serve the interests of profit-driven corporations, neglecting the welfare of their employees who are treated as mere commodities, to be sold at lower prices.
Agencies often lack interest in finding employment for foreigners. Individuals who frequently change positions may be more desirable as they generate income for the agency. Regrettably, corporations often prioritize profits over the well-being of their employees, viewing them solely as expendable resources.
Agencies occasionally post enticing job openings to gather CVs for companies seeking candidates for undesirable or underpaid jobs. Applicants may receive a response stating that the initial position has been filled, but an alternative position is available.
Certain IT companies opt to remain concealed through job agencies due to negative past reviews in the labor market. These job agencies will attempt to persuade individuals that the job is ideal, lucrative, and appealing. In the Czech Republic, job agencies conceal unfavorable feedback regarding the advertised employment opportunities.
If you are not selected for the job you prefer, Czech Republic job agencies may forget about you. They often fail to provide information on salary ranges offered by IT companies and do not offer advice. However, reputable agencies will always keep you informed.
Some job agencies in the Czech Republic may attempt to deceive you. Be cautious.
Cautionary notice: Job Agencies in Czech Republic
Experis in Brno is a job agency that collaborates with IBM and is situated within the IBM Building in Brno. They are offering an attractive job opportunity with a competitive salary to potential candidates.
Grafton is a job agency that exclusively serves corporations. They exhibit arrogance towards candidates and do not bother to respond if they find a more affordable option. The employees seem lazy. Additionally, local Czech candidates have an advantage over foreigners. This agency is not recommended.
CPL Jobs is a job agency exclusively catering to major corporations such as AT&T and IBM. The company prioritizes its own profits over the individuals it employs, treating them solely as resources rather than individuals. While the company protects the rights of corporations, it does not prioritize the rights of its employees.
CPL trying to grow in another countries in Europe , but the offered positions are low paid and thankless jobs.
Hagen Human Capital disregards candidates and fails to update hiring information. Their focus is on serving large corporations and outsourcing at a lower cost.
Timone – same behavior
Advantage Consulting s.r.o Almost positive feedback. They working mostly with local companies,but if you are foreigner they will try to outsource your life.
AlvisioCzech Republic - Head hunters - Bad people understanding , don't care about the candidates , they care only about its own profit
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6 thoughts on “Job Agencies in Czech Republic: Are They Really Working for You?”
This is one piece of crap. You have no idea how labor market works. Its clear that you are just some frustrated rejected candidate from east who dont even got a offer from such company as IBM and others. So stop spreading your lies and face the thruth you
From “East” ? mr Mesensky are you from “West” ? 🙂 Check your pay slip , compare it with someone in Germany and let us know . it will be funny 🙂
Obviously you got offended by this article somehow .
I’d advice you watch you tongue and to stay in same shit hole from where you just jump out.
Anyway we’re trying to keep good tone here and providing information based on feedback from “real” people 🙂
This guy is working for one of the job agencies in Brno. will be interesting for us what is the income because of the “slaves” which they hiring and selling to the corporations ?
No answer as I expected …
Oh you are so wrong about CPL and Ireland. This place is Western Europe’s IT shithole like Brno appears to be for East. Only difference being that here most of the IT companies pays way less than average salary. CPL being one of the worst to work for. The 18-21k a year will sound great until you start looking cost of living. You can’t afford apartment, you will rent a room from shared apartment or house. You will not eat well, because you can’t afford it and you definitely will not make any savings.
Only reasons why big IT companies (yes all of them) has centers here are: a) Western people are easier to lure to Ireland than East block countries b) _corporate_ tax is one of the lowest in EMEA (personal, not so) c) there is no need to take care of your employees either.
Ireland is not a bad place to be after you have got out of these call center pits. People are nice, weather is crap and beer is good. For 1bed apartment you pay (including bills) around 1000 to 1500 a month (see the “good salary” deals does not sound that great anymore), then you spend easily extra 70-100 for phone and internet, jug of milk is over 2 EUR already and loaf of bread around the same. If you want to have a car, purchasing it is cheap, but be prepared to pay 1000/year for insurance and 500-1500/year for road tax (that adds up couple of hundred to your expenses per month). Of course petrol sets you back somewhere around 1.70/litre. Going to movies starts to be around 12-15/ ticket and pint (beer or cider) sets you back between 4 and 6 eur. Suddenly you realize that the 1800/month salary isn’t that great after all.