Thomas Sanderson
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Consumer Goods and Services
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Thomas Sanderson website
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Salary estimated from 1.4K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 46 reviews and is evolving.



Advisor in Crawley, West Sussex
on 11 March 2020
Commission only hard selling job.
Hard sell culture with not enough appointments. Products although very good are overpriced and are well off the average persons reach. Training was very good but required a week away at a residential venue and because its a self employed commission only job its unpaid.
Sales Advisor in Waterlooville, Hampshire
on 15 April 2021
Avoid Thomas Sanderson
The company itself has changed a lot over the time I was there and since leaving nothing good at all! The management are under qualified overpaid and often treat staff wrongly! They break data protection laws constantly and hound customers with calls constantly we are asked to remove customers number from the system but this never happens! They offer incentives but the winners were always the same or the prizes never materialised!
Self-employed Sales designer in East Riding of Yorkshire
on 26 August 2020
Well structured pyramid hype
The training for this company is without doubt the best part of working for the company. (I realised all be it too late, that I was being sold to)But this is pyramid selling at its best or at best. There is no way that you can make a living working for this company especially in certain areas of the UK. In fact a lot of the customers are aware of the company system off calling the customer to offer a cheaper price after the sales designer has been. There is absolutely no pay whatsoever unless you get the sale on the day. Company offer absolutely no remuneration including petrol even if they get the sale after you have been.
Supervisor in Coventry, West Midlands
on 18 June 2020
The management could be more professional. The salaries could be higher. The opportunities to learn could be more. The benefits could be more. The canteen and break times could be better. The way of treating employees could be better. The overtime hours rate could be higher.
Sales Rep in London, Greater London
on 12 May 2020
not worth it
commission structure is terrible, good appointments are given to relatives of management across the country. you need to have extra income from another source to be able to survive there. products are beautiful but well overpriced and hard to sell. a high turnover of sales reps

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