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5 days ago

Trainee Recruitment Consultants Plymouth

Hays Saltash, England +4 locations

Our Plymouth office has a successful, fast paced sales environment, and is enjoying the opportunities of a growing market and we want to meet… Jobsite.co.uk

3 days ago

Year 1/2 Teaching – new

Hays Plymouth, England

Hays Education have a number of exclusive partnerships within Plymouth based Primary schools that provide regular teaching jobs for supply teachers… TotalJobs.co.uk

3 days ago

Primary Teaching – new

Hays Plymouth, England

Primary teachers teach across all areas of the primary curriculum, taking responsibility for the progress of a class of primary-age pupils creating… TotalJobs.co.uk

21 days ago

Premier Relationship Manager - Plymouth & Cornwall

Hays Plymouth, England

There will be some assistance with clients administrative duties via a Relationship Officer and the branch staff will be active in filling your… TotalJobs.co.uk

15 hrs ago

English Teaching Position – new

Hays Torpoint, England

for KS3 and assessment across the English curriculum. This post would be suitable for an experienced teacher with the ability to teach English and… TotalJobs.co.uk

2 days ago

Organisational Development Consultant – new

Hays Plymouth, England

You will also play a leading role in Culture, Communications and Engagement across the organisation. A key part of this work will be to embed the new… TotalJobs.co.uk

15 hrs ago

Marketing & PR Assistant – new

Hays Plymouth, England

will include managing the PR portfolio, research, co-ordinate & attend events relevant for the business and manage all sponsorship documentation. As… TotalJobs.co.uk

15 hrs ago

Quantity Surveyor – new

Hays Plymouth, England

You will take full ownership form your projects, procuring and managing subcontractors account, producing CVR reports, chairing meetings, where… TotalJobs.co.uk

3 days ago

Strategic Commercial Manager – new

Hays Plymouth, England

You will be responsible for identifying new commercial opportunities and driving significant growth in income generation through a strategic approach… TotalJobs.co.uk

3 days ago

Temporary Credit Controller – new

Hays Plymouth, England

Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary… TotalJobs.co.uk

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

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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


    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.


    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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