I worked at Utilitywise full-time
Career opportunities for those who are willing to work hard. Basic salary is ok and commission scheme was fair. Met some lovely people who are professional. They are very big on coaching but have the wrong people in place to do so. You are being given chances if you try your best. Generous company. If time off from work was needed this was never an issue as long as it was within reason.
Promises were made by senior management and were not fulfilled, even after months of waiting. Would have prefered for them to be honest instead. Some girls there got higher up because of sleeping with the right person.
Advice to Management
Be careful who you appoint to coaching or management positions.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Utilitywise (Newcastle upon Tyne, England) in April 2017.
Interview process is about 10 competency based question followed by a role play which you have to sell a product of your choice then another 10 questions....your sat with a manager and a recruitment advisor pretty much good cop bad cop style interview! Second part your invited back in to listen to calls and ask advisors questions write down your answers and then told to go! The whole process took three weeks and during that time I was called back by the same recruitment advisor who interviewed me over the phone and showed me around the building asking me to go in for an interview I then explained I had already had one I hadn't heard back, she then emailed to say I didn't have the job. Whole experience was a waste of my time and effort!