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Sales Representative yearly salaries in the United Kingdom at Deliveroo

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28% Below national average
Salary estimated from 5 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 28 September 2021

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Great commission, poor management and culture
Deliveroo is a fantastic company for its consumers; it delivers their favourite dishes to their door within a few minutes, the app is easy to use and the choice of restaurants, takeaways and off-licences is huge. From the outside, Deliveroo is a successful business and a place where anybody would want to work. The salary and commission is amazing when working there. However, the infrastructure and culture of the sales dept isn't anything like what it set out to be. Understandably, most start ups don't have things down to a T in their first few years. But culture and management is something that can most definitely be mastered while building a businesses foundations. When starting a position at Deliveroo, you're told about how important "fun", "food" and "freedom" is to the company and to your role. Management is anything but "fun". Nobody in the team dares to question the manager when prompted to do so, in case they appear to be 'patronising' or 'rude' - when really they're almost bullied into being silenced. Employees are given a seating plan. If you treat people like children, they're likely to act like children. If you treat adults with respect, they will respect you. Everybody knows KPIs and Targets have to be hit - nobody works to get fired or to not maximise on their commissions. So why must a manager scream across a room of adults to ask for how many calls they've made? The company needs to seriously re-evaluate it's ethos and morals within the sales workplace. Most don't make it through probation with increased targets, 4 days of training and mass - 
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Free Friday lunches. Commission.
Cons
Management. Job security. Environment.
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How much does a Sales Representative make at Deliveroo in the United Kingdom?

Average Deliveroo Sales Representative yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £19,568, which is 28% below the national average.
Salary information comes from 11 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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