Not commensurate with positions demand.
discounted o2 contracts (30%). Eye test vouchers, private healthcare discounts, prize draws and reduced share prices within company
Commission on what you sell
Health insurance, paternity and maternity leave, catering event everymonth and private parties.
Benefits = Career progression. As long as you work hard at your sales and understand business development, there is always an opportunity to progress. Employee Discount was amazing! most of it stays on even when you leave. Worst thing = Really hard to consistently achieve bonus due to the multiple (several!) KPIs you need to achieve not only individually but also as a collective (i.e. store). There is a lack of coaching and development. Once there is a dip in performance, compliance or conduct you can guarantee you will receive or have to conduct a PIP, investigation or disciplinary.
Not always made clear to you at the beginning of your career especially if your young and you don't have great knowledge of pension plans and bereavement plans. Recommend familiarizing yourself with the employee handbook. As some existing staff are clueless to benefit package themselves.
The amount of call for actual sales was far lower than predicted because of so many customer service calls that were routed through sales instead of customer service.
best was the commission worst was moving to the bonus scheme good job though
Good commission rates and good first job
Worst - 4 month wait for bonus Best - 30% phone contracts and good staff discount on accessories at carphone + 10% off at currys pc world
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.