I have been working at Spabreaks.com (Less than a year)
A really supportive company to work for when it comes to progression. After joining less than a year ago, I have had the opportunity to move around twice, including into a new job type I am not experienced in to learn something new and to help me progress within the company.
I would definitely recommend it as a company to work for overall - afterall everywhere has pros and cons, it's just for me personally - there's more pros as I really enjoy my role!
The only down side for me is location vs where I live, as trains get cancelled a lot and there isn't free parking on site.
Advice to Management
I do sometimes feel incentives should be given to the whole team, rather than just the Sales floor, to make it fair. I also find the lateness policy, if trains are stopped etc.. rather strict, no matter how hard you try to get in, getting a cab isn't really an option to me as it would take over an hour and a half, which is one of the reasons I don't drive here.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Spabreaks.com (London, England) in November 2016.
Group interview with Trainer and QA manager, then second stage with the Sales Manager if successfully make it through 1st stage. One of the more challenging interviews i've been through but they are only looking for candidates with the right calibre to do the role!
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