Hays Travel
Happiness score is 49 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Founded
    1980
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Travel Agencies
  • Headquarters
    Sunderland, UK
  • Link
    Hays Travel website
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Travel Consultant

212 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 160 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Travel Consultant in Rugeley, Staffordshire
on 3 February 2023
Great place to work if you are looking to progress and build new skills
Started as an apprentice and have been enjoying working here for nearly two years. I love the challenge every day brings and how I am continuingly expanding my knowledge and skills daily. Right from my interview the company has made me feel welcome and been on hand to help me with anything I need.
Assistant Manager in Kidderminster
on 26 January 2023
0 flexibility
0 flexibility. All on the company’s terms.Promote they’re independent but felt very corporate to me. CRM system rubbish. There own tour op has uncompetitive rates.
Travel Consultant in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 25 January 2023
feel so accepted and valued within a job
started as an apprentice and worked my way through. my work feels like a little family. chance to earn commission on top of your wage. earning incentives also. the management make you feel so valued and know you individually. all workers and taken care of.
Apprentice Travel Agent in Birmingham, West Midlands
on 6 January 2023
Worst company I have ever worked for
Seemed like a lovely apprenticeship at first however the extreme low pay was not worth it. Awful management and awful benefits.Little to no commission as goes to the shop first. Was not allowed really any annual leave. Manager made the rules up, treated like a child. Would never do an apprenticeship like this again. There are much better and healthier places to work.
Travel Sales Consultant in Lanarkshire, South Lanarkshire
on 4 January 2023
Clique culture and disloyal company
Found the culture within the company quite cliquey. Management pretty much told you straight up that they seen you as competition. Would take customers from you which would affect your targets, which you weren't supposed to have during probation, but did anyway. Company put a lot of staff onto zero hour contracts as soon as covid hit (before lock down) and told them not to come in. Luckily this was abandoned as furlough scheme came out just after this was announced. Then terminated hundreds of staff before the end of lock down and before furlough scheme had been stopped. No staff support during lockdown, no contact from management or anywhere else. Altogether a bit of a shambles.

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