Mission: We're driven by a simple belief. There's always a better way to do things. It's a no-nonsense idea that keeps us on our toes and helps us challenge the old way of doing things. Looking for improvements, new ideas and the fresh ...
I have been working at Zuto full-time (More than 5 years)
* Commission structure.
* On-boarding/grad bay.
I have worked at Zuto now for over 3 years and yes I've seen some changes in that time. Whilst some were good and some bad. I honestly believe that with the new SLT that came in Jan we are on track and more focused than ever on achieving our goals.
The basic/commission structure and benefits are all really competitive in comparison to other companies with the commissions getting constantly reviewed even in-month (where needed) which has never happened before.
We've started having Zuto events again too, last month was a bowling tournament and today saw the sports day return with every team getting involved and building relationships it's really great to see.
The on-boarding for new starters is better than it's ever been, all new recruits now go through a 6 week program/learning bay before they fully graduate to join their new teams. Giving them the best possible chance to be great sales partners.
There can be a few negative people around that could drag you down if you let it but you can't please everyone.
It can get hot.
Advice to Management
Keep involving sales partners in meetings and sharing things/communicating with the floor.
We're delighted to be listed in the top 100 eCommerce Companies of the North. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiub
Financial Times features innovators in the North West including Zuto CEO James Wilkinson. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiu3