I do not if there is any benefit of the Pareto law package as I am currently unsure of what it entails
Less than the standard benefits for jobs, were a mixture of benefits such as annual leave and other employee discounts for high-street,
They don’t have a benefits package, yet all of the roles they advertise “say” they do... They do have a commission structure but this is terrible for the entry roles and doesn’t really motivate or incentivise you if you have half a brain cell. Upon leaving I went to a role with a 20 percent bonus, private health care, private dental, season ticket loan, shopping vouchers and promotions, over 10 percent employer pension contribution - I then realised how awful the Pareto offering was.
worse thing is they give you interviews for roles too far from home!
best - free gym if you are able to drive to it worst - commission structure is horrendous, especially in the lower tier roles
Great if you were in sales as you could double even triple your salary.
There are no benefits package. They lie about it in the job description to get people interested in the job and to go to the interview. That's how they get paid, so they will do whatever it takes to get you to an interview.
Great incentives and good commissions scheme
great commission plan, good holiday incentives, the harder you work the more you get!
Terrible way of Living your life. Promise of progression. Manipulation to working hard. They even have 12 hour shifts on Monday and Wednesday + some work weekends. The management lie through their teeth to convince you that no company can provide better- HUGE LIE- you can do better. Long hours, stressful job and horrible management. If you don't hit target you will be pushed to quit quickly. If something goes wrong you will be blamed and thrown under the bus- even if it is not your fault. Manipulative company and any thinking of joining should think twice- better to be placed by them then join them. Just remember- they are a sales company. YOU ARE BEING SOLD TOO AT ALL TIMES.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.