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29 days ago

IT Support Analyst – Apply on Glassdoor

RED London, England

• Troubleshooting and resolving 1st, 2nd and 3rd line system issues. • Supporting 200 users across 1 central office and 7 remote offices… RED


30+ days ago

Sales Consultant – Apply on Glassdoor

RED London, England

• Develop and build long term strategic client relationships, through both telephone contact and face-to-face meetings • Obtain and gain a full… RED


30+ days ago

Dutch Speaking Recruitment Consultant – Apply on Glassdoor

RED London, England

• Develop and build long term strategic client relationships, through both telephone contact and face-to-face meetings • Obtain and gain a full… RED


30+ days ago

German Speaking Recruitment Consultant – Apply on Glassdoor

RED London, England

• Develop and build long term strategic client relationships, through both telephone contact and face-to-face meetings • Obtain and gain a full… RED


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  • great opportunity - good times ahead (if you are hungry!)

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    Former Employee - Sales Consultant in London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Sales Consultant in London, England (UK)
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    I worked at RED full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    RED is a great opportunity for hungry people - they don't have a hire and fire mentality which means you will get the support and tools you need (especially now the new system is being implemented). if you are the right person with the right mentality you will do well. in sales especially, you get out what you put in.

    Cons

    the downsides are the polar opposites of the Pros i just listed. you could say many things about working long hours (you don't have to btw but if you want some business and commissions i recommend to put a shift in) management looking at KPIs and putting pressure when they need more activity and business, etc… end of the day these are normal in this type of business. Again, if you don't have the right attitude and mentality you will find many many cons, if you do you will get on with it and enjoy the fun atmosphere. and the money coming with it !

    Advice to Management

    Management has changed a lot lately and like anywhere else needs adjusting. its getting there. my advice would be to keep driving it has they have been and maybe to be a little bit more flexible with their employees. but again, its getting there.


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