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    Fantastic place to work

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    Great culture, great atmosphere - lot's of young people. Great ethos about conducting yourself with professionalism and candour - great training too.


    You have to love Sales. Work can be a little repetitive sometimes - but so can most work, am I right?

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    received a call from this company today. The caller claimed I had applied for a business-to-business sales role, which immediately struck me as strange, as I'm not the kind of person who goes for sales jobs. I assumed there had been some mistake on my part, especially when the caller said I applied for the job on, which is a job site I regularly use, as it is for many others. He asked what degree I had and what result I received and what attracted me to a sales role. I said there must have been a mix-up on my part - I thought I had applied for a sales role accidentally. But after finishing the call, I logged into my account and found I had applied for no such job, despite him claiming I had applied 'recently' when I questioned this. Very strange.

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Top Places for Graduates to Work for , The Job Crowd, 2015

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Headquarters Wilmslow, United Kingdom
Size 50 to 149 Employees
Founded 1995
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The Pareto Effect can be experienced in many ways. If you’ve either been recruited or trained by Pareto, the Pareto Effect is the feeling you get deep inside when you know you’re the one to beat. If you’ve hired from us, the Pareto Effect is the knowledge that you’ve got the sales superstar on the payroll. If you’re up against someone who is Pareto trained, the Pareto Effect is the depressing realisation that you’re not in the same league. The Pareto Effect is tangible. It is very real. It can have a remarkable, measurable effect upon your business. And it is only ... More

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