Health Care Assistant (Former Employee) – Leicester – 12 July 2018
Was a very positive experience they helping me install me in the UK and they found me a job always. I learn with them the profession of been care assistance however due to their temporary profile I aiming a stable job in a permanent position.
Being a temporal administrative assistant have the chance to support many people and work for wonderful people Love the equipped lunch area, good incentives. that's was long time ago now things changed to the opposite.
Administrator (Current Employee) – Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Northumberland – 27 March 2018
All staff are good to work with no pressure and a safe place to work. Appreciated by the people who use the services. Nice building and well appointed facilities and the manager is very helpful and mucks in at all times.
csa (Former Employee) – Salford, Greater Manchester – 26 March 2018
it's all about if your face fits at this company to be honest and if it doesn't they find fault with your PDR and keep you on low wages all the time. The management dont have a clue to be honest. to respect for the workforce
account services specialist (Current Employee) – manchester salford quays – 13 March 2018
This environment has to be the most salacious and gossip mongering place I have ever had the displeasure if working in. Having worked and managed different call centres of different sizes over 20 years, the culture seems to be a "Mafioso" style where you have to be in, to get anywhere. The training was diabolical , and staff always seem to be off with stress or suspended. The culture is such, that the team leaders are frantically trying to get one over on each other to impress the call centre manager, who clearly promotes this management style. Unless you are young, trendy and happy with disposable friendships and are ruthless in your career progression, avoid at all costs. The workload is ridiculously heavy, and you have to fight for any kind of recognition, or opportunity.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Harlow, Essex – 19 February 2018
Priorities never clear, lack of long term planning, communication not effective, efforts to improve often frustrated and not implemented. Effort is not always recognised and rewarded because it is often fruitless due to constantly changing objectives. Benefits are good but you have to decide whether the daily frustration makes it worth staying for the benefits
benefits are good, flexible working usually available
HR Team (Current Employee) – London, Greater London – 15 February 2018
The company has had many years of not hitting its growth targets and as a result it has been in continuous reorganization and restructure to save costs. This has an impact on managers and leaders capacity to lead and manage and many employees are over worked.
The company vision, mission and values are strong. Which is a good thing, however the strategy to get there is not totally clear.
The company has wonderful flexibility compared to other industries and homeworking is possible and IT systems make it easy to work with colleagues all over the world.
As with any struggling company, there is not much cash around to splash on innovative programs and many areas are operating in survival mode.
Stakeholder Manager (Former Employee) – Home based/UK wide – 31 January 2018
Excellent opportunities to make a difference. Typical day included researching individual sectors education and skills requirements to meet with identified skills gaps and emerging new job role requirements. Create business development opportunities.
Admin and invigillator (Current Employee) – SOUTHGATE N14 – 9 November 2017
A flexible workplace with a great bunch of people. Although it can be rather tedious doing the same job everyday. The company has recently made alot of changes and taken away many perks but for a local job it is a good place to work. I have also worked at other branches and covered many staff in the time I have worked here. Travelling to holborn Southwark and basildon to name but a few.