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Sequence Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    David Plumtree
  • Founded
    2001
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Real Estate
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Administrator

North Walsham

3 hours ago

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Trainee Negotiator

Peckham

3 hours ago

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Trainee Sales Negotiator

Mildenhall

3 hours ago

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Lister

London

23 hours ago

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Lettings Manager - Most Improved Profit Branch 2020

Tooting

£40,000 - £60,000 a year

23 hours ago

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Assistant Branch Manager

London

23 hours ago

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Branch Administrator

Epsom

1 day ago

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Trainee Sales Negotiator

Sutton

1 day ago

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Trainee Sales Negotiator

Hayes

1 day ago

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Trainee Sales Negotiator

Feltham

1 day ago

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Assistant Residential Sales Manager

Tooting

1 day ago

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Assistant Branch Manager

Croydon

1 day ago

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Senior Sales Negotiator

Mitcham

1 day ago

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Lettings Manager

Attleborough

1 day ago

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Senior Sales Negotiator

Streatham

1 day ago

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Lister

Croydon

1 day ago

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Senior Sales Negotiator

Peckham

1 day ago

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Trainee Lettings Negotiator

Ealing

3 days ago

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Trainee Lettings Negotiator

Chiswick

3 days ago

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Trainee Mortgage Advisor

Attleborough

3 days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 479 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Sales and Lettings Negotiator
£17,874 per year
Mortgage Advisor
£29,180 per year
Lettings Manager
£29,894 per year

Sales

Sales and Lettings Negotiator
£17,874 per year
Mortgage Advisor
£29,180 per year
Sales Trainee
£14,838 per year

Administrative Assistance

Administrator
£15,786 per year
Branch Administrator
£18,703 per year
Clerk
£15,169 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 113 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Sales Negotiator in Wellingborough
on 5 January 2020
Exciting job, very comperitive.
Great company. Work too many hours and pay is low. The job itself is great fun, higher management is excellent and there are many opportunities within the business.
Sales in Norwich, Norfolk
on 24 February 2021
Stressful, long hours, competitive
I left this job with depression and severe stress causing me to feel physically sick and emotionally drained everyday. Very poor communication within the offices, and an immense pressure to hit your targets, leaving you feeling inadequate and degraded if not achieved even when not in your control. No lunch break ever given, seems frowned upon if you do take a lunch break. High staff turnover- always hiring as staff leave due to poor employee treatment. Poor ethics too, they also seem very happy to bend rules for their favourite members of staff or customers they know personally. Also a lot of scandalous acts within the company, shockingly with the higher members of staff. Pros: can’t think of any. Cons: too many to count but you probably will gather from the above. Good luck if you get a job here.
Sales Negotiator in Various
on 24 February 2021
Wouldn't recommend
Low pay Bonus scheme a joke Salary they advertise is not achievableTargets they set are not achievableYou work 6 days every other week Expect you to start 30 minutes earlier everyday and not get paid for itThe extra saturday you work every other week you don't get paid any extra for.High turnover of staff I got the experience I needed then left
Senior Lettings Negotiator in West Yorkshire
on 29 July 2020
Long hours, very poor basic pay, pressured workload
Make a lot of false promises, no pay review, no bonus, targets are high and if you fail to hit them then you will feel under immense pressure from management Pros - you get to see a lot of different houses which is interesting Sometimes meet some nice people and it is satisfying to make the let / sale Promotion is available but you need to be one of the favorites Cons - Very long hours, very poor basic pay, yes you get commissions but these do not make up a decent wage, you just get told to sell / let more houses if you want more money Mileage allowance is an absolute joke, they do not tell you that you can claim back difference from the government although this is not straightforward to do Targets are very high and there is a lot of pressure to hit them Constant rejection from prospective clients Had 3 different managers within 1 year, that should tell you all you need to know Cold calling is part of the job - bit outdated approach in my opinion I now earn more money for less hours and a lot less stress, whole industry is the same am afraid so unless you want to work 42-48 hrs plus for very average money would seek elsewhere
Sales Negotiator in Kennington, Greater London
on 19 May 2020
Racist company
Unfair salary to specific individuals, they lied on the application about pay then reduced it when signing the contract. Theres a lot favouritism And a lot of fraud in the business. Fun meeting new people .
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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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