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Originally established in 1987 as an Executive Search Firm, Protocol quickly expanded its services nationally to include a Permanent Placement Division (consisting of Accounting and Finance, Physician Placement, Healthcare and Telehealth), as well as a Temporary Placement Division, a Travel Nurse and Allied Health Professionals Division.

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Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant says

"I worked at Protocol full-time for more than a year Cons: VERY cliquey. If your not part of that gang you feel very excluded. Management is awful, there is a huge amount of bullying from senior management - god forbid you report it. Commission is rubbish - that's if you even get any as management steal it from you and salary isn't great either. Made to feel like you should stay after hours, its frowned upon if you want to leave on time. 'Time is money' - so don't try and go make a tea Make you feel like the grass isn't greener on the other side - but it sure is Serious micromanagement No trust in staff whatsoever No career opportunities even though they say there is If you want anxiety, then definitely go work there"

Current Employee - Sales Associate says

"I have been working at Protocol full-time for less than a year Cons: Managers are the worse jonestly"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Protocol full-time for more than a year Cons: -Low pay -Unsupportive -Backstabbing environment -Loud and obnoxious management -Staff is expected to work copious amounts of overtime which is often unpaid -Unreactive HR"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Protocol full-time for more than a year Cons: Bad pay. Big mouthed people seem to get better jobs here. They lie a lot and change rules to suit them"

Current Employee - Senior Recruitment Consultant says

"I have been working at Protocol full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Salary, benefits, incentives. CEO has the opinion of "why pay people extra for doing their jobs" completely misunderstanding sales and spending money to make money."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Protocol full-time Cons: Poor pay, little room for growth unless you are liked by the management"

Former Employee - Recruitment Consultant says

"I worked at Protocol full-time for less than a year Cons: Management don't care, one rule for one another for another"

Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant says

"I have been working at Protocol full-time for more than a year Cons: Salary & commission is not good and below market value No incentives Not great communication"

Current Employee - Recruitment Consultant says

"I have been working at Protocol full-time for more than a year Cons: poor commission structure, incentives could be better"

Recruiter (Former Employee) says

"this place sucks to work! they just throw you in and expect you to swim without any help, terrible managers. they are only concerned about making money and not helping employees along the way. only company i have worked at where the account managers right with each other"

Nurse Recruiter (Former Employee) says

"Terrible account manager's, do not support their employees or back them up. HR is friends with management and does nothing to support or make employees feel comfortable or safe. They set office standards for EVERYONE to follow, but do not take action when it comes to their managers. The account manager's fight amongst one another and takes jobs from the employees. Very inappropriate work environment. They are also constantly threatening jobs if nurses do not get hired on. 5 people were fired within weeks of working, all 5 people that I was hired with."

recruiter (Former Employee) says

"Horrible, just horrible. Cons: everything"

Healthcare Recruiter / Compliance Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Its a grind but seems the managers only keep the good leads for themselves. Leaves the recruiters to clean up their supposed hot list ( sheet with ready candidates) while they take only the ones that are placed and are ready to be placed. Cons: everything."

Home Health Aide (Former Employee) says

"working alone a nice place to work no supervision caring for my clients doing my work no one to argue with no headache just peaceful working by myself Cons: no benefits"

RN Staff Nurse (Former Employee) says

"Dedicated to finding positions. Housing accommodations excellent."

Companion (Current Employee) says

"Im a companion. i just sit and make sure people dont try to get out of bed. i wanted to gain more experince with phlebotomy and MA but since i dont already have 6 month or more of experince.. i was told i coudn't do it. I thought temp/staffing agency was suppose to help you gain experince... Cons: you can't gain experince if you dont already have it.."

Registered Teacher (Current Employee) says

"Very broad experience in management and leadership plus training and teaching. I teach first aid, manual handling, level 3 Award in Education and Training, and Health and Safety Cons: not many jobs found"

Case Management (Current Employee) says

"This is an agency for temporary placement of nursing needs Cons: unable to take breaks"

National Account Manager/Senior Recruiter (Former Employee) says

"Was worthwhile in terms of relationships built and additional learning with regard to fine-tuning contract recruiting skills."

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