Happiness score is 47 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    David Plumtree
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Real Estate
  • Headquarters
    Cumbria House, 16-20 Ho...
  • Link
    Sequence website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 94 reviews and is evolving.



Administrator in Castleford Central and Glasshoughton
on 20 September 2022
fun workplace
Excellent day to day choices in all great. customers pleasant .enjoyed all aspects . Would highly recomend to others who are thinking of using this company. always tried hard to help you and others. would not waste time at all. everybody really helpful. bonus schemem
Sales Negotiator in London, Greater London
on 21 July 2022
just a bad place to work in no work managment no nothing from these people pay you silly low wage and pay your commision 1 month late so they can tie you in the job for longer
Sales Negotiator in Suffolk
on 1 July 2022
Amazing opportunity to earn
You are surrounded by supportive and successful individuals who just want you to maximise opportunities to earn more money. Brilliant job with loads of pathways.
Employee in Leeds, West Yorkshire
on 8 April 2022
Don't bother working here unless you have zero experience
They pay awfully and well below other firms which means that if you have no experience, it's great to use it to get onto the ladder so to speak... but you will leave after a year once you have the experience to go elsewhere, realise that the company do not value you or care about you, realise that they take the absolute mickey out of you and realise that they treat everybody differently in terms of working hours and pay. It is a sham. They will use you for what suits them and should you dare to try for a promotion, the targets will be unachievable and unfair. Just don't waste your time working here
Lettings Negotiator in Thetford, Norfolk
on 7 March 2022
Awful place to work
No support for their employees. Paid next to nothing for the workload and hours. When on leave you are forced to still answer calls and advise of information managers should already be aware of. Lower level colleagues are generally lovely to work with however managers and area managers are nasty pieces of work, I have even been as far as sworn at by an area manager to then be apologized to and made a joke of. Overall worst place I have ever worked.

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Insights from 99 Indeed users who have interviewed with Sequence within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

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They spend days grilling you througherly and your deprived of food and sleep

Shared on 15 June 2018

Can you get up earlyish after a really good session on the ale and only a couple of hours sleep

Shared on 12 June 2018

Do you think you’ll able to take on a wellbuit scouser if things get physical

Shared on 18 May 2018

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