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Virgin Media are now recruiting! We're excited to be again working for one of the world's leading-global companies, who are now offering the best incentive and bonus schemes for top graduates looking to work in the Manchester area.
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If you're a fluent German speaker looking to utilise your skills in a business to business environment, look no further than Pareto. We have new vacancies in London and Surrey where you can earn an impressive salary, plus excellent benefits as a Graduate Business Development Executive! 
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Are you ready for the biggest sale event of the year? With Black Friday set to be more popular than ever this year, maybe now is the time to head out early and tackle the sales!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
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Looking to earn one of the highest graduate salaries going, in a thriving and rewarding organisation? You could soon be earning £30k working in London as a Graduate Finance Executive!
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49 Church St Wilmslow, Cheshire East SK9 1AX UK
49 Church StreetGBWilmslowSK9 1AX
+44 843 636 2321pareto.co.uk
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Pareto Law is the UK’s biggest and most successful sales enhancement company: the authority on sales, no less, since 1995. Pareto brings companies the 20% of the sales team that makes 80% of the difference. 


The Pareto Effect can be experienced in many ways and it can have a remarkable, measurable effect on business results. Pareto delivers this effect through four key elements – Sales Recruitment, Sales Training, Executive Recruitment and Sales Development, combining sales assessment, training and accreditation solutions to deliver sales excellence. 



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Pareto Law is definitely one of the most professional organisations that I have dealt with. Pareto helped me kick start my career in Sales and the on-going training helped me launch my dreams of setting up my own company. Any graduate who is looking for the best start for their career should use Pareto - it is the platform for success. I am also grateful to Pareto for meeting some fantastic friends along the way and I am still in touch with Kate Ramsay who placed me in my grad job over 10 years ago. Great company, great people, great ethos!
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Dev Silv
a month ago
Don't even waste your time with this company. We had a 9:30-6:30 (yes, that's not a typo) group interview where a senior employee at Pareto quizzed 50 nervous graduates on Donald Trump and the EU Referendum - not a way to break the ice and make us feel at ease as you can imagine. Ironically the company that was recruiting placed high importance on EQ which Pareto don't seem to have in the slightest. After showing that I work 30+hour weeks at my part-time job, have my own freelance business and balance a University Degree (and being predicted a 1st) to show my time management and sales skills, it meant absolutely nothing to them -My feedback was and I quote 'your passions outside of work will hinder your progression at the company' despite the fact I placed high importance and passion of the dream role and the area I wanted to progress in within said role with proven past experiences I elaborated on in my presentation. The group tasks are just a shouting contest and are highly crowded, concealing our name badges and a chance to prove ourselves. The presentations are unfair with my presentation having 5 people judge me whereas others had only 2 in the room judging them. Quite frankly it was a waste of time and I don't recommend anyone going through the tedious process.
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Jack Riedel
a week ago
Training done by professionals for people wanting to become professionals. Jessica Gabbott - the best!
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Melissa Jones
6 months ago
I did just write out a review but it had too many characters in to publish. What a disappointment after going to an assessment day for Virgin there. I was lied to about the number of people going which turned out to nearly be double, misled about the start date of the job.How much it would be to park there, as their car park would be full of people from virgin, ( it was not £2 but £5.70). If they ask you to do a presentation I wouldn't bother because they had already made up their minds about who they wanted before that from the group tasks which i was in a group of ten people and every other room had eight, even a girl who gave her presentation last heard who they said they wanted before she had even started hers. They were also very vague about what the roles were on offer at Virgin. When i got sent through a description it sounded like you would have to cold call a lot of people, which was not what i applied for. Then speaking to the guy about how i did for the day couldn't understand why i felt angry and disappointed with them about more people being at the day then what he said to me on Monday. Then when i said i got nothing out of the day he told me that my silver lining was maybe i didn't want to go into sales, I'm really glad i spent £50 to hear that. Thanks Pareto. Maybe you should of focused on the people who desperately want a job then trying to impress Virgin on how many people showed up today. Worst Points about Pareto Law They are misleading and they lie They don't find out the facts about the job they are recruiting for They don't find out about local amenities even though they make you use them The people who work there are rude, except one nice girl who had been working there for a week. They make you think the most important thing would be the presentation, which i put a lot of time effort and money into but may as well of sung ba ba black sheep to them. If you do go and give your presentation in the end room, then unfortunately you are in the room of doom. Every one i spoke to who gave their presentation in that room didn't get the job or get asked questions which people who did get the job got asked question at the end. The only good thing about the day was everyone who i was interviewing with were lovely people and very friendly so nothing to do with Pareto Law. What i did learn from the day is that you should always read reviews and find out about the company you are going to work on different websites. So thanks for that lesson Pareto.
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Richard Dakin
a week ago
I contacted Pareto specifically when searching for a job after having heard about them from my time in the recruitment industry. When going along to the assessment day, it was a real eye opener and a challenge in some ways. You get out what you want to get out of these days and I certainly found the experience itself to be good to get the exposure to other recruitment methods. A bit of work required by the candidates before and during the assessment day but when was anything easy or given to you. I had lots of options given to me for job opportunities thereafter and was provided support. It almost got a bit too much with various interviews and making a decision between a number of good opportunities.
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greg cockcroft
3 months ago
Pareto, thanks for getting me a job I love (Clothes2Order). Quite shocked by these reviews, the assessment day was competitive but fair. I am now attending a sales training week with Michael Horricks, it is well structured and very professional..... not a lot of other recruitment firms offer that! I would advise Pareto to anyone who is serious about sales, fancies a challenging or high earning career.
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Michelle Jones
6 months ago
Do not waste your time! Misleading - they don't tell you the specific job positions on offer. But you are expected to spend a full day participating in their activities which appear to help them seek out the loud, dominating personalities. Then after hours of waiting around to find out if you are successful, the majority of you are sent home without any opportunity to discuss feedback. Would not recommend at all - badly organised (the day overrun by 2 hours) and wasted a lot of people's time
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Stuart Costello
3 months ago
Fantastic experience with a great Graduate management team!