Poor management and dead end job
Management is very unskilled, claim to be looking after you when at work but the amount of times you’re on hold to speak to them is unbelievable which then effects your target for the day. If you enjoy telling people they owe money and need to pay during a global pandemic which has caused millions of deaths... oh and losing £300 in the first week which they don’t give back and no time for a lunch break and going for a wee in a bottle as you don’t have time to pull over. This is the job for you.
Good management, always available when needed and provided support when out in the field; although I was line working it didn’t feel like you were alone
Horrible company to work for
Horrible company to work for, comission is unachievable, management are terrible and if your car breaks down they dock your wages and expect you to have a second car to use immediately. Over 100 miles a day driving. If you value your vehicle and your dignity look elsewhere. They expect you to work between 8am-8pm monday to saturday, so expect to be knocking door late at night and on saturdays.
Field Agent in Wolverhampton
Pressurised environment with excessive call expectations.
Everything sounded really promising, the training was quite good although didn't totally prepare me for all aspects of the job. 1st few days in the field were ok, but then they start wanting more and more calls out of you and they hound you to get them done. Often the calls are an hour away from home and plenty of driving in between. They don't pay overtime and expect you to work longer hours free in order to get the calls in. We had 5 people on our training week, there is only one still with the company and he isn't happy. Not a good staff retention rate, I wonder why that is?The good side is they do train you and it will set you up to get a job with another company with more reasonable expectations.
Field agent in Brighton, East Sussex
Nice enough place to work
Nice enough place to work. Was a field agent and at first found it tricky and confusing as the training is a week of slide shows at head office, but out on field it got easier as time went by. Management seemed friendly and helpful when needed assistance, but hardest part of the job is trying to find a property with a house name in the middle of the countryside. It is pretty relaxed with working but just make sure your work is completed before hometime..