Once you clear your basic wage you earn roughly 25% of what you sell, just for hitting target you get £700
The opportunity to earn a lot of money, its in your control
Car, incentives are great but pension contributions are poor.
Min 28 days holidays, TOIL offered.WFT encouraged.
Whatever you need as an employee it is available at Yell
Health insurance, gym membership, bonus
Best thing is hours basic pay and work based culture. Worst thing is quarterly commission structure being made harder as time goes on.
The annual leave accrual year on year is great. Flexible working really helps individuals who have commitments outside of work and young families.
I dont remember if they had any benefits package, it was mostly focused on sales making you commission
Salary is far below industry standard. No other benefits exist apart from pension.