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Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
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You can always count on the Senior colleagues will help you. Great team nights out, especially the Christmas party.
The management treat their staff like they are at school. You feel pressured on a daily basis and get shouted at in front of everyone if you make a mistake. For example saying the wrong thing on the phone, a spelling mistake or something simple as having papers on your window ledge. Contracted hours were from 08:30-17:30 - The management introduced longer worker hours so they could get more out of them employees, which meant staying till 19:00 / 20:00 or later on a daily basis. This was not optional, Your activity including call times were checked by the management in the morning and If they were not up to par you would be taken into a meeting room to discuss performance. If you arrived at 8:25am in the morning managers would look at you as if you were late! If you were a minute late from your lunch break you were shouted at and made feel small in front of other colleagues. New consultants had to cover evenings and lunches. This meant manning the phones while you eat over lunch, and additionally doing this from 17:30-19:00 once a week, which was a necessity. Your every email was checked, every job advert and calls were listened in to – This was not to help coach, but to pick on downfalls to discuss later. You were made to post fake job adverts to generate leads and speak to candidates about fake roles you are currently working on with a client. One occasion I was made to, post a fake advert, create a candidate shortlist to speak to about the fake role, get the candidates excited about it and then in a couple weeks tell them the role had been filled. Whilst speaking with the candidates I was made to extract information from them – ie: Other roles they have been put forward for or where else are they interviewing. I would then have to use this information to my advantage and send other candidates to the role they were interviewing for – making it even more competitive for the candidate. This was immoral and goes against life values, by putting someone elses opportunity at jeopardy. Definitely would not recommend this company to anyone.
Advice to Management
Stop treating your employees like we are kids or at school. Its demoralising and rude!