Postal Sorter (Former Employee) – Lancing – 9 January 2018
I was only a temporary employee at Equniti and it really showed in the way I was treated, the management had a clear disregard for the staffs feelings, and I was often discriminated against for my age by the other temporary members of staff
Contact Centre Agent (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 11 September 2017
Good place to learn new skills as you have the opportunity to learn little about the UK stock market and how it operates behind the scenes but soon it becomes very daunting as it feels like time stands still. If you can survive with the same questions being asked 98% of the time on all your calls made by your customers from 9am sharp till 5pm every day for 5 days a week than you can find happiness at this company but honestly if you are free thinker like me, than best to use this job as a stepping stone for your next employment as working in a call centre simply was the worst job I endured in employment career and never again.
Junior Helpdesk Analyst (Former Employee) – Worthing, West Sussex – 7 September 2017
A typical day at work would be working on all of below:- 1st Line Support Active Directory Exchange Lync/Telephony Exchange Print Servers Basic 2nd Line Support Training Junior Starters Projects and Audits
As I had no IT knowledge when I joined - I learnt everything in relation to above
Enjoyed resolving people's issues and helping them
Administrator (Current Employee) – Worthing, West Sussex – 6 September 2017
The day to day roles are very varied, so depending on the job you are doing will depend what your day consists of, it could be the same every day or it could be dealing with different aspects. The management could do better with communicating with the staff but other than that they do a great job. Once within a team you can find that it can become like a little family, team nights out etc. I personally found that my colleagues were the best part of my job.
Pension Administrator (Former Employee) – Reading – 19 August 2017
An area of the outsourcing company in constant flux with many challenges of providing pension support to the main company. This was reflected in staffing levels, support and employee understanding offered by direct management.
Equiniti has the potential to become a top company but the way jobs are managed makes it difficult for employees to put 100%. There is no security as everything is based on busy periods and if there are no busy periods you could be sent home, taken off or 'let go off'.
Pensions administrator (Former Employee) – Crawley – 8 May 2017
Close team unit, friendly, helpful and very quiet. Amazing focus on every person and can definitely balance work and non work conversations. Easy to work for as a very calm atmosphere, kept you updated with relevant information and updates.
I enjoy working in a friendly environment and preferably within a team.
Senior Administrator (Current Employee) – City of London, Greater London – 24 April 2017
My typical day at work is from 7.30am to 5:30/6pm, I am looking to have a more work/lifestyle balance. I have learnt various skills whilst working at my present company but I would like to go back to being a PA. I enjoy multi tasking and being able to proiritise my work, I pride myself on being very efficient in my day to day duties. The hardest part of my job is working long hours.
Pensions Administrator (Former Employee) – Crawley, West Sussex – 23 February 2017
As an administrator the role is relatively varied from, composing emails and making calls to scheme members as well as solicitors, HR department amongst others to calculating pension quotations.
Teams can be fun to work in, and work is relatively easy though deadlines have to be made and work can build up and there is a lot of things to learn at the beginning and there is little room for progression.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Cardiff – 14 October 2016
The people here are young and enthusiastic but the technology is very much the opposite. The pay is extremely poor and below market rate and there is no progression at all. There are some good people in Cardiff but there is no leadership from above.
Poor pay, no progression, old technologies, no leadership