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What Employees Say
I have been working at Skipton Building Society full-time for less than a year
Skipton is one of the more supportive workplaces I have been in, with people who seem genuinely interested and keen to share experience and give feedback. There is lots of development opportunity... within the role, supportive and understanding management and a fantastic culture of helping the customer through delivering the right outcome for them and not necessarily the business.
The company is growing, potentially a little fast for what it is ready for, hopefully though it doesn't lose its unique and customer centric culture in the process. A bit of 'this is how it's always... been done' in terms of many processes, though positive about the direction senior leaders want to take process and customer journey design.
I have been working at Zuto full-time for more than 5 years
Having worked here for over 5 years I can say I'm still happy here. Zuto has a great benefits package.... Health insurance, life assurance, excellent salary with brilliant commission structure,... respected and looked after. Nobody is above themselves and ideas are welcome and recognised. As with any sales job, targets are there and expected to be hit but it's the same with any sales job. They are achievable and are adjusted due to seasonal change and reduced for holidays taken. Exceeding targets is highly rewarded.
Not really a negative but as with any business to customer job weekends are needed to be worked (2 weekend days a month) but you do get a day off during the week
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