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Foxtons Rare Sales Negotiator Reviews

Updated Feb 15, 2019

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Foxtons CEO Nic Budden
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6 Ratings
  1. "All well when you're flying high but the minute your performance dips, you experience a different side to the company."

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    Former Employee - Rare Sales Negotiator in London, England
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    I worked at Foxtons full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    As everyone says, it is certainly a better environment to in if you're young. It's dynamic and plays on the new staff being impressionable and blank as a career canvas. If you are starting out after university or higher education of some form, and you have the energy and work ethic to commit to the hours, then you will learn a lot from the company and it will support you. Large corporate feel, and corporate trips and...

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    Cons

    You might as well sever ties with friends and close bonds with family now. If you've worked at the company for more than year it becomes exceptionally difficult to maintain bonds and relationships with people outside of the company EVEN IF YOU LIVE WITH THEM. The directors and managers are trained to be very manipulative and will not hesitate to do so when needed. Unfortunately the "Me, Me, Me" attitude gets you everywhere...

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    Advice to Management

    Invest in the company and your own staff. Do not always treat them like they are school kids, the atmosphere and Friday meetings simply encourages a school environment. Actually act like you care for the people who act as cogs for the profit making machine you have. Some thought towards them will actually restore faith and respect in the senior management. Think about some of the promotions you make rather than just going...

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    Foxtons2014-06-04
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