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28 English questions out of 28

11 March 2020

Does Pareto Law assist with or provide work transportation?

Pros

None at all, every step was uncomfortable

Cons

Whole staff drank some kind of kool-aid during induction. Super cult like feel when you enter the building. Staff are incredibly condescending during the assessment days, seem to be speaking down to any people interviewing throughout like they're children. Attended a day where we were promised the company we interviewed at had a great commission scheme, lots of benefits and a company car. Upon joining even the starting salary was a few K short, company car was never a thing and most benefits were unlocked after 12 months. Left the job in question after 3 months and requested Pareto stop contacting me about any other opps - avoid like the plague and just go direct, it's much easier and there's much more transparency

Advice to Management

You're just another recruitment company, stop dressing yourselves up differently

Attended a day where we were promised the company we interviewed at had a great commission scheme, lots of benefits and a company car.

11 March 2020

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3 June 2019

Does Pareto Law offer malpractice insurance?

Pros

Good pay, representing good companys/connections.

Cons

Where to start! I've had possible the worse interview experience with this company. The assessment day I attended, from start to finish, was an absolute joke, the staff openly mocked people that touched on borderline racial discrimination, a notable example being a Portuguese woman speaking English during a presentation.... and I quote a member of staff, interrupting loudly "Can anyone understand her?" No access to water, snacks or food. For a day long assessment. Although they did throw a packet of crisps on the table as we got up to leave. Considering they claim to hire the top 10% of graduates the staff at Pareto Law don't give me a lot of hope for the future of this country. The level of disorganisation still astounds me, throughout the run up to the interview i received multiple phone calls with members of the recruitment team, often asking the exact same questions of me... how are you getting here etc. You though fish had a 6 second memory, try the recruitment team at Pareto Law. No memory of the previous conversation what so ever. Any questions I had regarding the position could not be answered either. The night before the assessment, at 18:00 I received a 6 page document that needed filling out with everything from four references, to skills and experience, sales experience, national insurance number etc... This obviously was supposed to be supplied days before the assessment as its crucial to the application process, adding untold stress to the situation. From start to finish my experience with this company was disorganised, chaotic and unprofessional. The information provided by the company was also riddled with spelling and grammar mistakes, making a already embarrassing hiring procedure (for a top 10% employer) that more shameful. AVOID. What company would associate themselves with this???

Advice to Management

Take a good hard look at your hiring proceduor. Read my experience. If this carry's on it's only a matter of time before you see a law suit for discrimination.

The night before the assessment, at 18:00 I received a 6 page document that needed filling out with everything from four references, to skills and experience, sales experience, national insurance number etc...

3 June 2019

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31 October 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Pareto Law?

Pros

Great culture and good incentive days, training offered throughout, progression

Cons

intense environment, micro management at times

Great culture and good incentive days, training offered throughout, progression

31 October 2021

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2 March 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Pareto Law?

Pros

- The assessment process allows candidates of all backgrounds to be evaluated as more than a piece of paper -- that's what drew me to the assessment day a year ago. I knew that I was starting to consider sales as a career path for myself, but it was difficult to find legitimate opportunities in sales (especially in a saturated area like NYC) and then also finding companies who were not only looking at previous experience in sales as an indicator to how successful you would be in a sales role. The assessment process moved me so much that I began working here and since then have been fortunate enough to connect bright, driven candidates into sales careers. It motivates me to be a part of a team who cares so much about the candidate and client experience -- it is not about filling a job order / a sales role, but truly about working to set someone up for success in sales. I highly recommend the assessment process to anyone looking to start or continue a career in sales -- advice would be to listen to your recruiter and sales team who call you, we mean well and are genuinely trying to help you (over the past 25 years we've placed 30,000 candidates and trained 150,000). Pros of working here: - management who listens to me - Pareto are willing to work with you to help you achieve your targets -- they want you to succeed - As we are a smaller team in the US there is a lot of opportunity for progression and I have watched myself and my colleagues earn those promotions - Receptive to feedback -- we have weekly, monthly and quarterly team meetings where we go over accomplishments, goals, things we would like to change / keep doing etc.,

Cons

Typical growing pains of a smaller team -- maybe made more strenuous by having an HQ in the UK... We're working on tech that should make the lives of our sales ppl easier :)

As we are a smaller team in the US there is a lot of opportunity for progression and I have watched myself and my colleagues earn those promotions

2 March 2020

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15 November 2021

Does Pareto Law have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

Lots of exposure to the whole sales cycle. Great coaching and management. Brilliant culture. Great earning potential. Loads of autonomy. Objective progression route.

Cons

You do work hard, and when you're not doing well it can be frustrating

Great coaching and management.

15 November 2021

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