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Experis President Jonas Prising
Jonas Prising
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Experis full-time


    - Nice offices based in the heart of London. - The in-house trainer is quite good. - A lot of drinks on the terrace once every quarter. - I liked most of the people who I worked with. - The Christmas ball was held in the Natural History museum which was good.


    - Below market basic salary and commission scheme. - Us and them mentality between the senior management (Board members & managers who have been at Experis for 5+ years) and the rest of the staff. The people high up are not inspiring. As other people commented, it was Manchester focused. - Commission structure is pretty awful. 8% flat rate to begin with and a confusing commission structure that can only be good based on "accelerators and deaccelerators" based on margin. Would be better if it was clearer and more simple. - The environment is not a sales environment. The office is open plan with HR, Finance & Back Office are sat near the "sales team" and often complained if there was any form of noise. - No regular staff events and management would be weird about paying for drinks. One of the managers (on £100k +) would often berate staff (on £20k basic) for not buying him or the team drinks if we were to go out. - Although high earning potential was always spoken about, I never felt as if I was ever going to get the opportunity to earn those amounts. There are no incentives that you see in other recruitment companies (days out, holidays etc). - Senior management is all over the place, some good, some very bad. People have been promoted into positions to which they were not suited for. - You are sold Experis as a 'Manpower Company', a company with useful connections in the market. This is not the case, it means nothing. They are a key accounts business not a new business company. I would not recommended Experis to anybody, there are much better recruitment agencies out there.

    Advice to Management

    Simplify the commission structure. Senior management needs to be restructured. Outline long term plans with recruiters.

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