The Skills Network Ltd Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue£4m to £20m (GBP)
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Receptionist/Telephonist in Selby
on 5 October 2020
Fun work place.I really enjoyed working at TSN. The staff always try to help if your ever uncertain about certain tasks given. It’s a fast paced environment, they hold charity days at the end of every month & support great causes.
Tutor/Assessor in Home Based
on 30 June 2021
HorribleI worked as a tutor , marking online learners work. The work was impossible to do because they set higher and higher expectations with no extra time or payment. If you do things well they will never ever tell you and if you don’t do it well my word the quality team will be on you like you are worth nothing. Bear in mind that you will never ever be appreciated for the hard work you do. Also bear in mind that they will micromanage you and the people that do this have no people skills whatsoever. I left because of all of this and if you value your time, your integrity and your self esteem AVOID them!! You are so much more than the poxy tutor they think you are.
Administrator in Selby
on 13 May 2021
Awful place to workHaving worked at the skills network for four years, i was glad to never be returning again.Underpaid and overworked!!! I had two managers whilst working here and both were awful to staff and customers
Digital Trainer in Cannock, Staffordshire
on 23 February 2021
Great Pay, Poor Ethics (Digital Trainer)There is a Wolf of Wall Street culture here, where management talk over one another and show boat, as if they are the most amazing individuals in the world.Often, Trainers will be expected to achieve sales, by way of learners to their program. Many roles are tasked outside of what the actual job description is.Luckily, I was able to work remote and I am happy with this, as the atmosphere reminds me of popularity contests at school - cue Mean Girls.They pay very well, but this is overshadowed by the over-confidence from management and fickle personalities that larger companies become accustomed to.
Academy Manager in Selby, North Yorkshire
on 23 December 2020
Poor Senior ManagementThe staff carrying the business are fantastic and deserve to be paid much more. They are pushed continually to increase productivity, however there are not enough hours in the day to achieve set targets. Senior Management have extremely poor people management skills. Staff are pushed out with bullying tactics if they don't meet targets. There is a total lack of support and an expectation to work very long hours with no recognition of the hard work put in. I would definitely not recommend this company. Steer clear!
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I had a lot of questions about sales, marketing and business development with this being my first job out of university.
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