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15 English questions out of 15

14 June 2022

How are the career development opportunities at Comfort Click?

Pros

Great learning Great atmosphere Kind, helpful people Scaling up aggressively, so great opportunities for growth as well Truly performance-based hikes and promotions

Cons

Well managed, and issues are rectified upon mentioning. No significant cons as such

Advice to Management

Thank you for creating a healthy work atmosphere. Ever upward!

Scaling up aggressively, so great opportunities for growth as well

14 June 2022

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9 March 2020

Does Comfort Click have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

There are some members of staff who are very helpful, have a good way with people and make you feel comfortable. Unfortunately I cannot say the same about the majority of management.

Cons

This company employs around 50% interns and pays them £300 a month/ £1.60 per hour (which is not even 1/4 of what it costs to live in London). They expect their interns to work as if it was a full time, fully paid salary job. The staff turnover is abnormally high, hence how the staff are treated and the unrealistic expectations given the wage provided. My time at the company felt like they were taking the whole time and giving nothing back in return. However, there are some members of staff who are very helpful, have a good way with people and make you feel comfortable. Unfortunately I cannot say the same about the majority of management. Overall, this is not a very pleasant company to have an internship at - mainly due to the disregard of their biggest asset, their employees. When I spoke to any other intern individually, they all were dissatisfied of their treatment and never spoke highly of the company. This is saying something. I was also promised I would receive a commission in my interview. In my entire time here, I never received one bonus or commission even when I was up significant profits from the pervious month. This company is run by professional crooks who disguise free labour as interns and see their employees as disposable.

Overall, this is not a very pleasant company to have an internship at

9 March 2020

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22 April 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Comfort Click?

Pros

The office is full of international people, which is very nice. Furthermore, the company is doing a lot of team outings. It was more often than not that we would go for drinks on Friday's or even start with a shot in the office.

Cons

I am only going to agree with the previous reviews. This company is not doing a lot of thing right. There's basically no trust in you as a person. When I started I didn't have much experience in digital marketing previously I asked if there would be any training - I was informed that there would be ongoing training. Unfortunately I received very little training while working there. I was told to spend time on YouTube learning if I had some time during my evenings or weekends. Another thing I found strange was the salary. Most of my colleagues were doing the exact same job as I was. After a couple of months I found out that my salary was very low compared to the colleague sitting next to me. It kind of made me feel underappreciated as I felt that I was doing a lot of work compared to some people in the company. I understand that you appreciate your staff through bonuses(when hitting the unreachable targets), but how will you ever make the staff work harder when you don't even get a handshake or a thank you once in a while? What eventually led me to look for another job was the turnover of staff. It seemed to be the rule to get rid of people by asking them to enter a meeting just before finishing work and ask them not to come back the following day. The work environment was kind of toxic sometimes. My direct manager would sometimes tell stories about the stupidity of former staff or even current colleagues working in the company. (I can only imagine what is being told about me now) Also please stop pushing people to attend office events when they already informed you that they won't be able to. A no means no.

Advice to Management

How do you expect your employees to hit your unreachable targets if you aren't willing to invest and trust them? No one is going to go the extra mile if there's no appreciation involved.

Unfortunately I received very little training while working there.

22 April 2020

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4 May 2022

How is management perceived at Comfort Click?

Pros

Working culture is good, good manager

Cons

Hike is not great, politics and favoritism is very much there

Working culture is good, good manager

4 May 2022

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4 May 2022

What is the company culture like at Comfort Click?

Pros

Working culture is good, good manager

Cons

Hike is not great, politics and favoritism is very much there

Working culture is good, good manager

4 May 2022

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