YOPA Property Ltd Careers and Employment
central property consultant in Hinckley, Leicestershire
on 25 October 2019
Don't work thereIt was good at the beginning but after about 4 months all new management came in and turned it into a morgue with no atmosphere. All the perks was taken away. Should have been customer service but ended up been a sales role and we wasn't informed of it. We was told hit your target or lose your chair or if your face fitted you was ok. Do many other things happened what shouldn't have but they seem to get away with it . Don't work there at all is all I can say
Inbound Sales AdvisorInbound sales consultant in Watford, Hertfordshire
on 5 October 2019
Not goodPromises Were not kept and there is no room for progression at this company very unprofessional and very bad management. Commission structure was also Changed however the people that I worked with my colleagues were very lovely shame about the rest of the staff
Property Agent in Hinckley, Leicestershire
on 12 August 2019
TerribleDO NOT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY As previous posts state you are sold this exceptional opportunity where the earning potential is limitless. In reality you get VERY POOR leads, lack of any kind of support and earn less than minimum wage. I would urge anyone considering taking the jump to self employment with Yopa. DONT DO IT
Customer Service Advisor in Hinckley
on 5 July 2019
Poor WorkplaceManagement are poor, used to be a very good place to work, great atmosphere, great staff then then the new management came in... they do nothing but patronise you, used to have breakfast cobs every Friday and this was taken away as they went over budget wasting money on silly things like colouring competitions (who can colour the best Easter bunny) supposed to be an estate agents but comes across as a nursery. Walls are painted bright orange - it's so tacky. Most of the best staff bent over backwards for this company and got nothing in return... which is why so many people walked out !
Territory owner in Home Counties.
on 13 June 2019
Ambitions quickly shattered by poor management.You join the company with such high hopes on the promises and assurances you are told by the regional management but very quickly realise that it's a pack of lies. You are told that your territory is your own business but the contract states it can be taken away with 7 days notice. You need to set up a limited company to start, then the additional costs of insurances and additional equipment compatible to their IT systems. You are fed valuation appointments but many will not result in instructions. You are expected to attend these whenever they've been made for you. Somebody in their call centre makes these appointments at whatever time without knowing the practical logistics of you attending it. You may have years of experience in estate agency but the management control you and some of those management are terrible at their jobs. The ethos of the founders was good but it's been diluted by the company growing and the recruitment of poor management from other companies, some not even in the industry. The initial training course is an eye opener to agents from the respectable part of the industry. The management and trainers you meet gladly part with their stories of their social and business misdemeanours thinking it makes them more likeable but it just shows them up as idiots. You will have to make many financial commitments to start here and you may scrape a poor living compared to a High Street agency job. There is no job security and they may get rid of you before you can leave them.
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