Debt Management Advisor in Manchester
They staff are overworked , taking inbound calls and making outbound calls as well as emails , at the same time (you are not given time off the phones to work emails and yet are targeted for it .And while you're struggling with this , they will still make you lick envelopes to post out to customers .Too much and the Salary doesn't match the job role
Assistant Buyer in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Heavy admin long unpaid hours
ProsGreat team, lovely people - the entire company is lovely everyone is really supportive. Good employee discount Central officeEarly finish Fridays Flexible working ConsOffice unappealing Forced to work in the office whilst being in lockdown, no social distancing.Systems archaic - WHF Kit outdatedHeavy admin - more of an administrative role than buyingUnderpaid - often work free overtime New structures confusing Lacks job security due to recent restructuring Progression limited
Advisor in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Avoid at all cost!!!
Worst company to work for! Modern day slavery! Managers are absolutely clueless to what they are doing that it's become comicle to work there, bad pay, bad standards, enter at your own risk
Work Experience Placement in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Amazing experience which taught me a lot
I was given the opportunity to do a work experience placement. They were really helpful in showing me different job aspects within the industry and catered to my interests whilst I was there. I learnt so much during my placement and had a great experience. I would definitely recommend the company to anyone, the staff were very friendly and helpful. They gave me lots of different things to do during the week so I was never bored and constantly learning.
N/A in Manchester, Greater Manchester
Don't work here
Your experience will depend on your manager. It's also very hierarchical with many directors having s superiority complex.
It ranges from discriminatory managers (sexist, homophobic, ableist) to very supportive. There is no consistency. And the People (HR) team seem unwilling, or inept, at changing this.
There is an overarching dog-eat-dog mentality. Again, that HR don't mind ignoring.
There is no succession planning and no plans to bring any in.
Many job titles are made up to pay you as little as possible. And makes moving to another company very difficult. You will likely come out worse off than you went in. Unless you're in the elite (directorship).
Do not expect any loyalty from them. They're making people redundant who've been with them for decades without care, and with the bare minimum compensation.