GP Strategies
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Learner Recruitment Consultant in Halifax
on 23 October 2020
Good company to work with. Not impressed with Senior management
I really enjoyed working with GP Strategies. We had a good team of both experienced and enthusiastic team members. All was well until the government funding was cut. This made the task of hitting your target virtually impossible. I was never impressed with Senior management and often wondered how successful they would have been if they had to go out and bring in new accounts.
Skills Recruitment Consultant in Uk
on 11 September 2020
Dreadful culture
Leading from the top, appalling management, lost in the eighties, bullying tactics, no regard for staff their health their well being it’s all about money, Probably one of the worst organisations I’ve ever worked for.
Technical Author in Yeovil, Somerset
on 31 August 2020
Entry level staff paid the same as long term employees
The pay is decent for what you actually do however trainee staff are paid more or less the same rate as long term serving staff which obviously causes animosity in the office. New staff come from a variety of backgrounds which makes me wonder what HR actually do, becomes a hassle helping new staff who don’t have any relevant industry experience, I have no problem helping new staff but it is not in my pay bracket.
Care Assistant in Sandal, West Yorkshire
on 22 July 2020
Avoid Warmest Welcome
Management are incompetent & bullies that speak down to you. They lose your personal documents & aren't concerned about it. You have to pay for your tunics after a free one. Residents get left for hours with no encouragement to move about or use the toilet. Medication left on tables for them to take later. A shambles.
Receptionist in Rochdale, Greater Manchester
on 22 July 2020
Absolute garbage
I have been with them for 1 year and have had no contact with the company for a while they have sent me numerous messages saying that there has been a funding issue yet dont answer the phone I was with a gp practice and was promised a job offer at the end of It as to which I have now been made redundant due to no job offer at the end I also have not received my qualification as they have added months on due to not being able to come out with vivid I'm now without a job and have wasted 12 months of my life I would never ever ever ever go with these even if it was the last place on earth to offer me a job
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Shared on 7 March 2019

The second stage interview had no questions, I was told off for things that might happen before I had even been offered the job.

Shared on 13 September 2018

Are you avaliable? When can you start?

Shared on 19 April 2018
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