Interserve Learning & Employment
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  • Industry
    Education
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 260 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Childcare Provider
£153 per week
Hair Stylist
£128 per day
Bus Driver
£346 per week

Education & Instruction

Early Years Educator
£127 per day
Trainer
£23,056 per year
Teaching Assistant
£129 per day

Beauty & Wellness

Hair Stylist
£128 per day
Barber
£158 per week

Personal Care & Home Health

Care Worker
£144 per week
Support Worker
£287 per week
Care Assistant
£255 per week
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 46 reviews and is evolving.

3.8920173.1120183.5320193.002020

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Reviews

Training & Development Officer in South East
on 31 October 2020
Challenging
Initial induction and training of company procedures, processes and IT systems was poor. Once established I felt more supported but due to changes related to COVID-19 and being compelled to work remotely from home in a role that did not lend itself well to remote working, I felt unable to continue my employment. To have remained working remotely in my role, I feel would have had a significant impact on my mental health.
Training Support Coordinator in Sheffield
on 23 June 2020
Busy
Busy open plan office, enjoyed the work immensly but very stressful, no option of advancement. Noisy environment so difficult for telephone calls. Excellent IT equipment.
Trainer Assessor in Sheffield
on 8 January 2020
Poor
Inconsistent, always changing the goalpost and senior management very unsupportive. Unrealistic targets and expectations placed on staff and disciplinary action threatened when unable to achieve them.
Performance Optimisation Specialist, Rapid Response Coach in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 19 November 2019
fun,rewarding
was well rewarding, management were very supportive helped me move up the ladder. i believe the organisation helped to bring the best out of me. All colleagues were fun to work with the culture was very pleasant.
Training & Development Officer in Remote Birmingham, London and South West
on 23 October 2019
A very process driven business with poor staff engagement
I like being able to work remotely from home and suits me with my current situation, but in being so process-driven you do not get the support that working remotely you should get and feel communication from all parts of the business is poor and creating issues in regard to staff engagement and retention, more about bottom line rather than people
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Interview insights

Insights from 14 Indeed users who have interviewed with Interserve Learning & Employment within the last 5 years.

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