- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Employees rate London 9.8% higher than the overall average
I have been working at reed.co.uk full-time (Less than a year)
Colleagues go the extra mile to help if you ask for advice. Good harmony. Flexible hours. Central Location. Near to a good high street. Good opportunities to develop skills. Wide desks, comfy chairs. A good respect for all religions, nations and backgrounds. Fair sickness policy. Pay is reasonable.
Large environment, dis-economies of scale, as you would expect for a company this size. Access to some part obviously has to be restricted. 9 hour days, (they do not expect you to work beyond hours). 6 month probation, 5 year reference background check.
Advice to Management
Keep it up, getting people into work is not an easy business. Continue improving slowly and surely. If your not the fastest it does not matter, you have been in the business the longest and going the distance and delivering the result (placing people into jobs) is what counts.
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I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at reed.co.uk (London, England (UK)).
I literally can’t fault the recruitment experience I had with Reed.co.uk, from application to receiving an offer took about 1 week. Olivia (the recruiter) was there for me, from beginning until the end and made me feel so calm and so at home. Olivia also gave me feedback and helped and reassured me with any questions I had, she’s a diamond. The actual interview was quite easy too, for me
personally. There was also a telephone role play, which I definitely would suggest prepping for as it really helps. I then got a call that day to say I’d got the job.