We asked this question internally…
Here is what Team ADLIB is liking the most about being part of Team ADLIB…
Francesca Fleming “Along with the fridge full of prosecco for our celebrations, I love our offices, the location is right in the city centre (although sometimes lethal for shopping and amazing food), and we have an open plan office where we can work collaboratively across teams. It’s hard to say what I like most about ADLIB Life as there are so many things to pick from so I’ll pick my top 4: excellent training and clear career progression, working alongside the most talented recruiters I’ve ever met, amazing clients to partner with and an honest way of working, which has created a lovely culture that I am proud to be a part of.”
Sam Firth “I’m a big fan of the design of the new offices. The space looks amazing and it’s got everything we need (including FIFA). As for ADLIB life; i do and will always love our core values. It’s a highly ethical business in an industry that is plagued by malpractice, I wouldn’t’ do recruitment anywhere else.”
Alex Cosgrove “Just how lovely and nice everyone is. Total opposite from most Recruitment offices which are driven by egos and arrogance!”
Rupert Douglas “The collaborative culture here at ADLIB truly is something special. No one is here for themselves and you’ll struggle to find a more welcoming, honest, open bunch of people to work with.”
Jack Jordan-Connelly “Everyone works collaboratively here, whether you’re on the same team or on the other side of the office. There aren’t any egos and any internal competitiveness is generally kept to FIFA. Even when you’re having a bad day (or week!), it’s still an office that you’ll enjoy coming into and the support everyone will give you is what can really make the difference sometimes. If you look around the office, there are so many different personalities that you’d wonder how it can work at all but it does perfectly and personally, I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else!”
George Cumberlidge “I love being able to grab one of our really smart meeting rooms to either collaborate with another colleague or just to sit in silence and get in the zone. You can work hard with some great consultants to then be able to wind down at the end of the day for a game of Ping Pong or FIFA and a cold brewski from the beer fridge. Not only can you enjoy your time during work but we also have a great social aspect out of hours, the people here are awesome.”
Wiktoria Zajdel “The best thing about working for ADLIB is telling someone you work for ADLIB. It still amazes me how many people I meet already know or have heard of ADLIB and I don’t have to explain that we’re the good guys, because people already know. The respect and recognition ADLIB gets is truly wonderful.”
Gabby Shaw “We’re lucky to have a pretty sweet pad. Hard to know the very best bit between the posh coffee, collaborative playlists, table tennis, beer fridge or the twenty-first century magic that is the boiling water tap. If I’m honest with myself, though, it’s FIFA on the PS4 that wins it for me.”
Ross Williams: “I love how light and spacious the new office is! It’s so nice having lots of natural light it really does make a difference, especially this time of year when it gets dark so early in the day.”
More about joining team ADLIB this way.
Here at ADLIB we’re regularly called on to provide our clients and candidates with market knowledge that has been drawn from more than 16 years’ experience of working amongst the digital, creative, marketing and digital sectors. And whilst we like to think we’ve a pretty good handle on things out there we also know how important to stay current and get close to a world full of market adaptations and influences. So we’ve committed to creating a series of sector specific salary, engagement and benefit surveys that we will be publishing on a regular basis. Beyond this we’ll also be looking at key industry influences and why people are flocking to the West, amongst much more.
We’ve collated the data for our surveys via direct respondents of online surveys, combined with ADLIB’s extensive internal data and knowledge gained from the creative, technology, marketing and digital sectors.
Whether you are an employer, an employee, a business considering opening operations in the South West or you are simply reading with interest, we hope you enjoy.
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We like to think differently.
When it comes to ‘Office Life’ a lot of recruitment companies talk about their culture revolving around high achiever clubs, trips abroad for the top billers (and Directors) and driving internal competition.
Our formula focuses on the wider picture, the success as a team rather than as individuals, consideration and understanding of each other’s business challenges, market positions, propositions. We back each other, we win for each other and keep our focus as individuals. It works well.
To capture what it’s really like to be a part of team ADLIB, read on.
We asked Team ADLIB “what working at ADLIB” is all about for them…
ADLIB Life, the one about Gabby Shaw – Principal Recruiter – Digital Specialists
ADLIB Life, the one about Stacey Tylisczuk – Recruiter – Digital Specialists
ADLIB Life, the one about Alex Cosgrove – Principal Recruiter – Data, Insight & BAs
ADLIB Life, the one about Wiktoria Zajdel – Recruiter – Data, Insight & BAs
ADLIB Life, the one about Kevin King – Principal Contract Recruiter – Program / Project Managers & BAs
ADLIB Life, the one about Ania Markowska – Recruiter – Client Side Marketing
ADLIB Life, the one about Chris Currey – Senior Recruiter – Client Side Marketing
ADLIB Life, the one about Francesca Fleming – Principal Recruiter – Agency & Digital
ADLIB Life, the one about Sam Firth – Principal Recruiter – Creative, Design & UX
ADLIB Life, the one about Ross Williams – Candidate Manager – Creative, Design & UX
ADLIB Life, the one about Rupert Douglas – Recruiter – Creative, Design & UX
ADLIB Life, the one about Mike Harley – Principal Recruiter – Developers & Technology
ADLIB Life, the one about Hannah Biggs – Senior Recruiter – Developers & Technology
ADLIB Life, the one about Jack Jordan-Connelly – Recruiter – Developers & Technology
ADLIB Life, the one about George Cumberlidge – Recruiter – Development & Technology
ADLIB Life, the one about Joe Child – Principal Recruiter – eCommerce
ADLIB Life, the one about Imogen Uniacke – Candidate Manager – eCommerce
ADLIB Life, the one about Kat Dorney – Principal Recruiter – eCommerce
ADLIB Life, the one about Rina Maniar – Recruiter – eCommerce