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5 December 2019

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A great CV entry, Kairos are willing to take on people with little to no industry knowledge. Being thrown into the deep end has ultimately been a positive experience, especially if you are a fresh graduate or if this is your first real career job. You do get the chance to work with some big clients which is always a plus. The social life is good, after work drinks and PS4's in the office are a bonus, but ultimately they do not pay the bills and pave way for career progression!


A very much sink or swim culture. You are expected to stay behind late everyday, and frowned upon if you are one of the first few to leave the office. The directors seem to completely forget that people may have long commutes everyday. Overtime pay is non-existent, and the directors are constantly trying to cut costs in this way. People would much rather get paid for overtime rather than a free beer! The trouble is that there are too many graduates and interns being hired at rapid rates on low pay, with little industry knowledge. Commission is an absolute joke, and never paid out. Undercutting staff and hiring too many people with barely any industry knowledge will always result in disastrous campaigns and ultimately a toxic culture. Clear favourites in the company, which never helps - they seem to think that staying behind an extra hour means you deliver better work.

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Treat your employees with the respect they deserve.

People would much rather get paid for overtime rather than a free beer!

5 December 2019

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