APM Careers and Employment
- CEOMichael Anghie76%approve of Michael Anghie's performance
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- IndustryHuman Resources & Staffing
- HeadquartersWe deliver services from ...
APM is a global health and human services organisation. We’ve been enabling people to live better lives for over 28 years. Joining APM would make you part of a team of more than 13,417 people in 1407 locations across 11 countries, helping people of all abilities thrive in independent and fulfilling lives.
It’s also a place where you can thrive, with outstanding progression and development opportunities all while doing work that has a positive impact on others.
Today we help more than 2 million people each year in programs that deliver across the key sectors of workforce development, health and wellbeing, community and corporate.
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Being an employment consultant is a hard job in itself the bourse where standard and the role was ok but the expectation vs reality was extremely non achievable My manager at the time was lovely but the management of the business itself especially though covid was not achievable KPIS of employment where impossible to meet but still expected I enjoyed the role but as most large companies the expectation vs reality of the role and market was non comparable also there is no pre employment requirement just people skills but you do really need some kind of social degree to assist with managing the mental health issues your confronted with whilst being employed and it’s not something you are trained to deal with
The interview process was easy. Base pay was OK, however the bonuses were good. The KPIs were achievable. The manager I had did not create the best work environment, however the rest of the team I worked with was good. You're going to deal with clients who are difficult, some are rude, most don't want to attend their appointments.. However when you do manage to get a client a job and change their lives, it makes it all worth while. But that's employment services for you! I left because of a death in the family, which at the time was not managed well by my business manager or upper management. I had to really fight tooth and nail to take just 1 week off. I wanted 2 weeks and only ended up getting a few days off. And when I came back into work my business manager made me feel guilty for taking time off work and making my team pick up my clients. After this, I just left. This was likely just an attitude by the business manager and im unsure if it's a 100% reflection on APM. If you want to change peoples lives and thrive in challenges, then sure. If you can't manage your time correctly or deal with stress. Then APM/Employment services is not for you.
Overall not a bad company. A lot of areas for improvement, and the money isn’t great for the level of stress you deal with, but it’s stable work. They invest a lot into employee training though which is a nice point of difference.
If you value your self worth or sanity, stay away from APM! They will crush your soul and smile at you while doing it. Very toxic environment to work in
I was promoted internally from an Employment Consultant to a Business Manager so I am able to speak for both roles. There are so many opportunities for professional development. The workplace culture is phenomenal, but I guess each office is what you make of it - yes this job can get stressful, and yes priorities change as the month goes on, but there is never a dull day. This is not a mundane office job. Bonuses are achievable and generous - and as a Consultant and Business Manager it was rare that I didn't get one. I enjoy working hard and seeing the benefits of it in my bank account.
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