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Webhelp Overview

Paris (France)
10000+ employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
£500 million to £1 billion (GBP) per year
Webhelp UK is a customer solutions company, not a call centre.

Of course we provide the sort of contact centre facilities you would expect from a major provider. You’ll be reassured to know we’ve got the people, the experience and the ... Read more

Webhelp Reviews

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Olivier Duha & Frédéric Jousset
33 Ratings
  • "Great company"

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    I have been working at Webhelp full-time (More than 3 years)


    Fantastic health and wellbeing programme, communications, senior leadership and forward thinking when it comes to their people agenda.


    Very busy and not for the faint hearted. If you are up for a challenging, fast paced and innovative environment then it's defo for you.

    Advice to Management

    Listen and trust their teams and give them credit where it's due.

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Webhelp Photos

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Webhelp photo of: Salle de sport sur site
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Webhelp photo of: cafétéria, lieu de partage et de détente
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Webhelp Interviews



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    Manager Position Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Sheffield, England
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Webhelp (Sheffield, England) in November 2017.


    Terrible. I had to keep chasing the feedback. Interviewers who are senior management plus the client (who was at the interview) were arrogant, full of themselves and thought they were the bees knees. No wonder your attrition is high. The client kept on going on about how hard the job was, that the managers worked 17 hour shifts including through the evening. What- for a very poor salary that is between 28k to 35k? I’m all for hard work but where is the work/life balance? The client vodafone person interviewing at the last stage was bullish. The man interviewing with him was a senior manager, who was patronising. Kept saying this is the hardest environment you’ll ever work in. I almost said to him “how do you know as you’ve only ever worked at webhelp”. Appalled by the whole process. They still have not come back to me with my feedback- the recruitment stage started 4 mths ago. Salary is poor for the egos you’ll have to work with at Management level. They haven’t got a clue what they are doing when recruiting. The senior management need to sit down, work out a real clear process that is measurable, and then fulfil your promises, treat candidates with respect and give feedback. I’ve had senior management experience of over 20 years and I was embarrassed to be interviewed by such amateurs. You have such a wonderful brand name-don’t ruin it by your poor recruitment process which left me very deflated and relieved that I was not working for your company. If this is how you treat potential candidates I dread to think how your staff are treated. Such a shame as there are good candidates out there but you have no idea how to recognise them through your process.

    Interview Questions

    • Can you work in a pressurised environment   1 Answer
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Webhelp Awards & Accolades

  • Label de responsabilité sociale, Association Française de la Relation Client, 2016
  • Top Employers, Top Employers Institute, 2016

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