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4 days ago

Paraplanner

Hays City of London, England

The role primarily requires the successful applicant to provide administrative support to the Consultant in terms of research, report writing… Reed.co.uk


4 days ago

Paraplanner/Trainee Adviser

Hays City of London, England

Suitable candidates for this rare opportunity will be at least diploma qualified (Level 4). They will also have a minimum of 2 years Paraplanning… Reed.co.uk


4 days ago

Chartered Paraplanner

Hays London, England

Candidates for this opportunity will have a minimum of 3 years experience working as a Paraplanner within a small-to-medium sized IFA, and will… Reed.co.uk


24 days ago

Grad Trainee Recruitment Consultants Wanted - Hays

Hays City of London, England

Our Cheapside office is the largest recruitment business in Europe housing many of the world's most talented recruitment consultants, which… Jobsite.co.uk


20 days ago

Trainee Recruitment Consultant

Hays City of London, England

Our London business is experiencing significant growth and due to this success, we are actively recruiting for a number of Trainee Recruitment… Jobsite.co.uk


7 days ago

Administrator

Hays City of London, England

Hays, the global leading recruitment company, has an opportunity for an Administrator to work with their vibrant team based in Victoria, London. The… Jobsite.co.uk


24 days ago

Hays Recruitment - Professional, Financial, Legal

Hays London, England

As one of the largest recruitment businesses in London, Hays are always looking for driven individuals who are ambitious to achieve results and power… Jobsite.co.uk


27 days ago

Senior Market Facing Underwriter - Motor

Hays Croydon, England

As the Senior Market Underwriter your duties will be to Underwrite and negotiate business within authority limits, build relationships with brokers… Reed.co.uk


19 days ago

Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant

Hays London, England

A part of your role will be to support students on a one-to-one basis to discuss SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) targets with an aim… TotalJobs.co.uk


3 days ago

Compliance Associate – new

Hays London, England

The main focus of the role is to assist the existing 7 person team which is focused on providing compliance support to the European Distribution… TotalJobs.co.uk


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    Great company, people and rewards - but a challenging and demaning job

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    • Work/Life Balance
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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant  in  Reading, England
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Reading, England

    I have been working at Hays plc full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Excellent personal development and training opportunities. You are able to set your own goals and manage your own work load. Although targets are high, the rewards are good. Regular incentives are set, as well as having the opportunity to earn uncapped commission. Great people and team atmosphere and a fun environment to work in. Good opportunity to progress with the organisation and after longer term employment, there is an opportunity to relocate worldwide.

    Cons

    Is a demanding and challenging job. Targets are set high and everyone is expected to exceed those targets soon after joining the organisation. Hays focus heavily on KPI's and fee targets - which are reviewed regularly. It is a difficult industry to make a name for yourself, so you need perseverance and consistency to earn the top level of commission and promotion. If you are looking for an easy 9 - 5 job this isn't the right position for you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Further support could be given to help new employees develop their skills - more on the job coaching by managers for new team members and regular refreshers courses for experienced hires would be good. Less focus on KPI's for experienced hires and more motivation and encouragement.

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