Zenith Staybrite
2.2 out of 5 stars.
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Marketing Agent in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
on 16 September 2019
Challenging workplace
Door to Door window sales. Great job to get out of your comfort zone to meet new people and to work on basic sale skills. Staff are highly incentivised to produce results
Call Centre Agent in Southampton, Hampshire
on 29 July 2020
Traumatic Experience
I worked for Zenith for 2 weeks, and it was the most awful 2 weeks of my life. Felt bullied by the assistant manager who belittled me in front of everyone, picked on continuously about the number of phone calls I made, and I received no training. Very catty environment. Incredibly unprofessional managers, the assistant manager would sit opposite us, jeans unbuckled eating ice. NEVER WORK HERE!
Sales Representative in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
on 30 October 2019
No respect for employees or customers
Managment treat reps as disposable staff, no respect and often required us to do outrages amounts of traeling for pay that i couldnt run my car on. I HIGHLY advise you stay clear of this company, theyve even been featured on rogue traders.
Telesales Agent in Southampton, Hampshire
on 10 September 2019
Awful Place
I worked here during Christmas time 2016 and it was one of the worst working experiences I've ever had. They had a very misleading advertisement saying you'd earn between 300-500 pounds a week through their telesales advertising as a completely different company. What a load of rubbish that was. I was desperate for a job at this point and went for it. During my interview and my first few weeks there, I did really like it. I soon learned after it was an awful place to work at. Spoke too like rubbish and belittled and then asked me to leave and told me to come back after a few months about getting my job back (I was going through some bereavement at the time). And to top it off, they underpaid me on my last week after saying I would get a fulls week pay.
Sales Representative, Home in Norwich, Norfolk
on 5 September 2019
Not the place to work if you are honest
You were expected to be available from 10-10 The product was good but the costings were disgusting They taught you to lie and to try and sell to people with dementia Rat race
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Interview insights

Insights from 6 Indeed users who have interviewed with Zenith Staybrite within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy

Interview questions

Only questions were your available hours, what would stop you taking the job

Shared on 9 March 2018

Would you be able to work weekends evenings extra hours if required? That is the catch. Once you say YES. Theyre gonna ask you to work till midnights sometimes till early mornings. Reminding you of the committment you gave in the interview. You just cant do anything then. Majority of the times you have to work 7 days 10-12 hours a day

Shared on 9 August 2017

No real interview question, its a group interview, and would ask everyone what would they like to earn in a week.

Shared on 21 June 2017
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