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7 English questions out of 7

January 31, 2022

What are perks and other benefits like at Absolute Post?

Pros

Central London - in Soho

Cons

Bad Management skills. Lack of support to staff members. If they decide they don't like you, you will not get fair treatment including pay reviews and promotions, you will definitely notice a clear shift in treatment as soon as this happens. Management actively made comments about people in meetings and in front of team members about others that were derogatory on multiple topics of choice. Political correctness is something they clearly didn't like. The fun happy vibe of the place they offer and promote is actually super toxic as friendships come into play when discussing others. HR doesn't exist. Working overtime is advertised as a team family effort with no benefits of overtime from LATE nights or weekends. You get time back in Lieu CLEARLY depending on how much management like you. Just avoid this place. The CEO on this page isn't the actual CEO of the company.

Advice to Management

Be good.

Working overtime is advertised as a team family effort with no benefits of overtime from LATE nights or weekends.

January 31, 2022

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April 25, 2021

How is diversity at Absolute Post?

Pros

Your lunch is paid for if you work through it. Office is located in Soho.

Cons

Low wages and long hours. No HR, nor anyone qualified to appropriately assist with internal issues and situations. No adequate mentor system in place for lower-level employees. "Accepted" culture of bullying in place, and encouraged by senior members of staff. "Work hard, play hard" rhetoric.

Advice to Management

Support/listen to your employees and take their concerns seriously. Address situations of homophobia, sexism, assault and racism adequately. Recommend managerial training for all senior members of staff, including heads of department. Employ/Create HR department to help dealing with issues professionally and correctly. - The actual CEO isn't the person labelled on GlassDoor.

"Accepted" culture of bullying in place, and encouraged by senior members of staff.

April 25, 2021

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January 31, 2022

How are senior leaders perceived at Absolute Post?

Pros

Central London - in Soho

Cons

Bad Management skills. Lack of support to staff members. If they decide they don't like you, you will not get fair treatment including pay reviews and promotions, you will definitely notice a clear shift in treatment as soon as this happens. Management actively made comments about people in meetings and in front of team members about others that were derogatory on multiple topics of choice. Political correctness is something they clearly didn't like. The fun happy vibe of the place they offer and promote is actually super toxic as friendships come into play when discussing others. HR doesn't exist. Working overtime is advertised as a team family effort with no benefits of overtime from LATE nights or weekends. You get time back in Lieu CLEARLY depending on how much management like you. Just avoid this place. The CEO on this page isn't the actual CEO of the company.

Advice to Management

Be good.

The CEO on this page isn't the actual CEO of the company.

January 31, 2022

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May 10, 2022

How is management perceived at Absolute Post?

Pros

In central london great location

Cons

Where do we start? The management in this company are absolutely useless and have no idea what they are doing. HR does not exist so any internal issues are never resolved. I experienced racism, bullying and just an overall toxic environment. The CEO listed on here is not even the CEO and they are generally one of the main reason why many employees struggle at this company. They do not care about the staff at all. It’s quite shocking. Lunch is a real issue. You do not get a lunch break but only “down time” meaning you are not allowed to leave the building As you may be needed. Seriously? It’s more like a prison rather than a place to work. Everyone reading this you are better than this company do not waste your time. Shocking, awful and embarrassing place to work

Advice to Management

Honestly you should all be ashamed of yourselves. Proper training is needed for managers and just the company needs to be better as it’s generally awful

The management in this company are absolutely useless and have no idea what they are doing.

May 10, 2022

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April 25, 2021

What is the salary like at Absolute Post?

Pros

Your lunch is paid for if you work through it. Office is located in Soho.

Cons

Low wages and long hours. No HR, nor anyone qualified to appropriately assist with internal issues and situations. No adequate mentor system in place for lower-level employees. "Accepted" culture of bullying in place, and encouraged by senior members of staff. "Work hard, play hard" rhetoric.

Advice to Management

Support/listen to your employees and take their concerns seriously. Address situations of homophobia, sexism, assault and racism adequately. Recommend managerial training for all senior members of staff, including heads of department. Employ/Create HR department to help dealing with issues professionally and correctly. - The actual CEO isn't the person labelled on GlassDoor.

Low wages and long hours.

April 25, 2021

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