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- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Nice head office and free coffee!
No real direction. Highly unprofessional and incompetent management
- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
More of a lifestyle than a job. I love eating out and trying new places so to work in an industry that promotes these things really suits me.
The business is constantly growing so can be tough to get to grips with new processes.
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- incredible progression if you are willing to work very hard and go the extra mile - senior management that invests in its team to build you up to be a great sales person and manager, which ever route you want to go down - really fast paced and exciting company to work for - amazing team members that are there to work hard, and have fun - huge earning potential within the sale team on commission!!
-constant deadlines, but this keeps you on your toes and keeps you fighting for the next dealContinue reading
- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
• Cool non-managerial staff • Tube station right next to the office.
• Deep micromanagement, no space for creativity. • Managers allow team staff to steal deals from each other. • Management decisions based on personal rather than professional metrics. • Top management gets involved in day2day sales calls and emails leaving managers underneath them have nothing else to do. • Commissions have to be chased and confirmed manually rather than using a proper system, it's 2018 and the business world have evolved. • Targets decided without consistent logic. and they are non-negotiable. • Commission gateway changes based on the mood of the managers, one month can be achievable and another would be impossible, for the same salesperson. • AC is freezing in winter and it's too warm in summer, no one is fixing it for over a year due to, Cutting cost? • The kitchen didn't have cutleries for months, never enough tissues or plates. • If you argue or challenge the management, consider yourself out. • office chairs are older than the company, desks falling apart and not enough drawers or storage space for samples. • Every month a new strategy that could conflict the one before completely, without considering any consequences like losing quality merchants, the welfare of the staff. • Every meeting ends up with us being asked to do what top management want regardless of our own experiences, not sure why were we hired if decisions were always pre-decided. • Management takes away your merchants if they want without a notice or logic or paying attention to the relationships you have with your merchants. • My exit interview never saw the daylight.Continue reading