Market researcher (Former Employee) – London, UK – 28 January 2017
A typical day at work consisted of conducting a market research with public. I learnt new ways of communication skills. The hardest part of the job was neglect-ions from public. Enjoyable part was meeting diverse people,.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – London – 17 August 2016
While working for spring personnel I was working as admin assistant my first duties where basic admin such as answering phones, Photocopying, Filing and some other tasks. I then had a second role which was to find CVs online and enquire about the persons work situation and see if we could match them up with roles.
Visitor Assistant (Former Employee) – Natural History Museum – 18 July 2016
I registered with them and I got work for about two weeks, afterwards I kept on contacting them for getting more work and I got no response from them. I have kept on chasing them but still I haven't got a response. I had to register with other agency because they were not giving me work, they were not even responding to my emails.
consultant (Former Employee) – London – 14 July 2016
I have worked in recruitment for 5 years now and this was the worst recruitment experience of my life. Management was unhelpful Staff were Clicky and cast certain people as outsiders Training was very poor Managers in the London region were rude, sneaky and judgemental.
I am now in a very happy and healthy career in recruitment but i would never recommend Spring to a candidate.
Temp Assignments (Former Employee) – Uxbridge – 9 February 2016
Aside from being encouraging friendly staff, they also went above and beyond to find the jobs that the clients really wanted. They also put extra time and effort in to check our CV's and give us advice before interviews.
Admin (Former Employee) – Stafgirshire – 10 December 2015
I work 5 days with this agency, had a personal issue when a family member was taken seriously ill into hospital was joined by them asking me to work. When I was ready to work they offered me nothing when I spoke to them thousand you were unreliable, despite it being a family issue the consultant said "so what not my problem"
Recruitment Consultant (Former Employee) – Sheffield – 1 November 2015
My role as a Temp recruitment consultant duties would be to check people into work, call clients I regularly keep in touch with to see if they needed any staff for the day. Meet up with potential candidates, cold call new business trying to gain more work for candidates I may have taken on. My time at Spring Personnel was a very enjoyable time, which had to come to an end due to the recession. The management at Spring Personnel were very supportive and would always be around when needed. They would take the time to get to work with staff on a one to one basis.
Facilities Manager (Former Employee) – York – 8 March 2015
A typical day would start with a walk around of site to pick up and report any issues or jobs which needed to be reported.
I would check in the site team to make sure they were on site and ready to start their working day. Listen to any concerns or issues they may have and rectify. I would discuss these which the team and look at how we could rectify any problems as soon as possible.
One of my main areas of responsibility was to manage and reduce the maintenance schedule, which had lapsed and required turning around quickly.
The most challenging part of my role was motivating one of my co workers. I managed to improve my co workers performance by leading by good example and demonstrating what appeared difficult problems where actually achievable once given a timeline for completion.
The most enjoyable part of the role was meeting new people and making a significant difference.