TES Global
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TES Global Careers and Employment

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Software Development

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Salary estimated from 340 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 16 reviews and is evolving.



Consultant in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 20 March 2020
I did enjoy my time at TES. Good colleagues and will miss them but targets got increasingly harder to attain and became virtually impossible to reach.
Head Receptionist in Holborn, Greater London
on 1 June 2020
An inspiring and happy environment to spend 11 years in
I spent 11 years working as the Senior Receptionist for TES. I looked after a team of 2 other part time receptionists and we worked well as a team. Daily duties included answering a very busy switchboard and redirecting calls to the relevant person or department. Calls came from all areas from professionals in the Education sector to members of the public needing advice. Sometimes placing calls to the relevant areas could be challenging but we always did our to help get people through someone who may be able assist. Other duties included meeting and greeting, booking meeting rooms for both external and internal events and organizing catering as required, ensuring meeting rooms and all AV & IT equipment was in working order on a daily basis. Ensuring administration process for issuing staff security passes was kept up to date and monitored closely. We all also provided ad-hoc cover for the Office Services department if anyone was on annual leave or sick. I was also responsible for ensuring both Fire Warden and First Aider's qualifications were kept up to date and arranging training when needed. I also had responsibility of ensuring that all staff completed Desk Assessments online and also carried out desk assessments myself, liaising with both the Facilities & HR Managers to ensure records were kept up to date with ongoing cases. Generally I was very happy during my years at TES. My team were wonderful.but we all went through a difficult time in 2018 when there were a lot of structural changes in the business due to many Commercial and Operational departments being relocated to Sheffield. This eventually resulted in my own redundancy in 2019.
Digital Content Developer in Sheffield, South Yorkshire
on 10 January 2020
Free-roam working
For the period of time, I was with TES, I felt like it was a great company to have been involved during 2019. It was a great experience to be involved with a company that had aims and objectives into changing the future of education and is known quite amazing for its services it provides to those that work within the education sector. It's a great company as it's both based in London and Sheffield, and also has the benefits of work roaming to areas, not working at a default location that is truly an employee's (unless you have accessibility requirements). I felt my contribution for the period of time I was there had been commendable for helping in terms of creating and providing resources that those who want to be in the process of becoming teachers. My only critique of working for TES is it's job security, depending on the sector you work, if you're in an FTC (Fixed-Term Contract), there is a great chance the contract might be extended or not renewed, therefore this job might not potentially provide long-term employment. So a good heads-up for those wanting to work for TES.
Sales Representative in London, Greater London
on 10 October 2018
A learning curve
Working at TES was an interesting one. The people in your section was nice to work with but people in higher ranking roles liked to micromanage your work and your ethics. Longside the heavy amount of in-office gossip, making nearly 80 employees redundant and the lack of empathy for employee’s personal life, it’s certainly a place you will learn a lot about. My one piece of advise would be: keep yourself to yourself.
Artworker/Typesetter in London
on 25 September 2018
I have worked at TES global for a number of years, and the circus finally ended for me in August 2018 where they told 80 employees they had been made redundant, the company in my opinion has gone downhill over the years, where in-house managers and corporate bigwigs do not seem to know where the end of their nose is sometimes.

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Process takes about a week

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General Business Analysis questions, especially your previous projects

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