WIS International
Happiness score is 30 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jim Rose
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £75m to £365m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Salary estimated from 1.7K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

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Casual Stocktaker in Cannock
on 23 September 2021
Ok for stop gap
This is not a job for a someone wanting to have a career most weeks it's a case of leave early hours Sunday unpaid travel to a store count warehouse, 2/3 hrs unpaid break, count shopfloor then travel to hotel for job next day hotels on services where you share with upto 2 others , live on sandwiches and pot noodles all week if your lucky you may have a decent McDonalds on services but only soo much junk food you can tolerate the work itself is easy terminal pretty much does it for you you just type the numbers in and press send you do more travelling than actual work which most of travel is under 100 miles so you dont even get the measly 8p per mile you are expected to live on end of your phone as management expect you to jump at their every whim pay is minimal you cant run a home on the wages
Inventory Counter in Luton
on 20 September 2021
If your desperate
New staff are fairly paid, existing staff left on existing wage and 0 hour contracts.The work itself is enjoyable, simply counting stock and improving accuracy.Be prepared to work ungodly, unsociable hours with 0 compensation.Be prepared to be out of the house for majority of your day and night being paid for roughly half of this time
Inventory Counter in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire
on 10 September 2021
Absolutely not worth the hassle
Working for WIS requires a mass amount of travelling & hotel stays, so the work/life balance is terrible. I stayed in hotels 4 nights a week - the shift pattern for most stores is 6am to 2pm (with option for additional shift around 7:30pm to 9pm, although it’s a decision made my management) which isn’t terrible, but the work is menial and the money definitely isn’t worth working the international team. There’s also next to no opportunity for advancement & I definitely wouldn’t recommend working for ANY stocktake company as a young woman.
Stocktaker in Cannock
on 16 August 2021
Do not waste your time!!
managers are to busy trying to find new girls to sleep with, you only get incentives if you’re one of those girls You only get what you want if you sleep with one of them (I wouldn’t, you’ll either catch something or secretly they have a woman waiting for them at home, or man) the job is overall rubbish they expect you to work all hours day and night you have all of 15 min breaks when working all through the night and morningAnyone must have a screw loose to stay at this job because it really is slave labourAll the counts are inaccurate anyway so don’t listen to whatever they try and learn you because they don’t go by it Whole company is a joke
Stock Counter in Stockton-on-Tees, North Yorkshire
on 3 August 2021
Do not work here
the days are long, the pay is poor and the work environment feels like a boys club. getting shifts is often irregular, on an outdated website with an expectation that your life will revolve around the company and their timings. I have encountered no show disciplinaries despite having properly informed the management of me not being able to cover the shift

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Insights from 151 Indeed users who have interviewed with WIS International within the last 5 years.

Unfavourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Shared on 17 May 2017

Not much at all if you can count you'll be fine

Shared on 27 April 2017

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