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Marketing Acquisition Lead

BT Global Services Sheffield, England

of managing marketing agencies to deliver effective marketing campaigns. KEY… Glassdoor


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Account Manager - Health and Government Industry (Prosperity Project)

BT Global Services Jakarta

• Develop new accounts in the Healthcare sector in Indonesia. • Owns key Healthcare target accounts in Indonesia. • Delivery of growth, order… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Commercial and Pricing Analyst

BT Global Services Sheffield, England

This role is ideal for someone who is pro-active, keen to learn and wants to develop quickly. Essential Criteria 1 Strong commercial and strategic… Glassdoor


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BT Global Services CEO Luiz Alvarez
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    Lack of employee value

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    Former Employee - Senior Consultant
    Former Employee - Senior Consultant

    I worked at BT Global Services full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Originally I was part of INS before the full buy out by BT. INS was a great place to work with fantastic, energetic and smart folks. BT then rolled them up into the company fully and the entire work force changed its tone. Layoffs after layoffs and then came the reduction in staff to deliver clients a better cost. If your running a professional services group you would have to take a long look at the business model BT is now going to be running. Cheaper labor does not equal quality work. Its sad to see what they have done to a great successful business.

    Cons

    Lack of contact with management. Lack of partner training relationships even though they have multiple partner relationships. No job security. Went from regional travel to global travel. Horrible HR practices.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take stock in your good employees. Make sure they are compensated, have a solid career track and job security. Find valid partner training and make sure you find the relationships with those companies to keep your employees in the loop of new offerings and technology. Ensure their relationships with the clients are improving and make sure you take the time to include yourself in client meetings with your employees to drive the relationship to next levels.

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