BPS World Compensation FAQ

Read what BPS World employees think about their compensation at the company.

BPS World has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.2. If you want to know how much BPS World employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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25 September 2019

What are other benefits and incentives like at BPS World?

Pros

A good apprenticeship scheme Will find you in further education and development Good to get a soft start in the recruitment world

Cons

Pay way below market rate Very male-heavy on the sales floor creating an imbalanced environment Lots of closed-door conversations Lack of progression opportunities after apprenticeships HR is very cliquey and unsupportive when it comes to the mental health of employees Employee offboarding process is made very public, with any criticism from employees buried as opposed to taken on and dealt with Lack of global communication, isolation of offices Senior management very condescending, causing a lack of faith (especially in the CEO)

Advice to Management

Actually care about your employees, don't just pretend to. Ensure that you aren't creating cliques within the business, offer a diverse environment and more opportunities for staff to progress to Management.

Pay way below market rate

25 September 2019

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2 October 2019

What are sales commissions like at BPS World?

Pros

Really enjoyed my time at the beginning of my employment. A lot was promised and everything seemed optimistic. The people are lovely and the culture seemed genuine.

Cons

The culture seemed to change after a while. The image they depict is surface level, it doesn't actually represent who they are. They care a lot about their image, but not their people. Management can be very sneaky and will change their minds a lot. Targets are unrealistic and unfairly set, as they are meant to be set by yourself but never are. They try not to pay commission, so will argue that you haven't achieved your targets, etc. Career progression is hard, unless you're in the apprenticeship program. They don't reward what you're currently achieving, they like to set long and difficult targets instead.

Advice to Management

Just be more genuine. You talk about transparency, but you don't follow through.

They try not to pay commission, so will argue that you haven't achieved your targets, etc. Career progression is hard, unless you're in the apprenticeship program.

2 October 2019

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