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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 SK9 1AX UK
49 Church StreetGBWilmslowSK9 1AX
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"Great company, great people, great ethos!"
"Fantastic experience with a great Graduate management team!"
"If you do get through their jobs are brilliant and their staff very helpful."
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Surprising lack of professionalism shown by their staff. My CV was not read by any staff member. Upon voicing my concerns I was treated to the same rigmarole and generic phone calls involving the same standard questions. When I asked for more information on the role for which I applied they told me it was no longer available! A simple phone call to tell me that in the first place could have saved a lot of frustration. But due to the lack of courtesy showed I feel obligated to voice my concerns. Yet another example of what is wrong with the job market these days. You're better off avoiding recruitment agencies and just looking for adverts from companies directly. No doubt that people have had positive experiences with Pareto Law and have gone into good jobs, but their "assessment process" is probably not worth it for a good number of people. Save your energy and look elsewhere.
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Ahmed Detta
2 months ago
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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Thomas Roden
a month ago
I went for an assessment day in the Wilmslow office in April. I was fortunate enough to get through what was a very tough process. All the staff, however, were brilliant all the way through from initial phone interview to finding me a job. Thanks to my account manager Donna, I've now got a brilliant job and it pays very well like all their jobs seem to. Couldn't recommend it more, just be prepared for the fact that they assessment day is very tough and that not everyone can be successful. If you do get through their jobs are brilliant and their staff very helpful.
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greg cockcroft
6 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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Francis Parker
a month ago
By far the best recruitment process I've been through. Right from the off I had a great in depth conversation with Stuart C who then put me through to the assessment day. I found the assessment day although long, very beneficial. I have been assessment days before, but found this one was one of the best if not the best. But what impressed me the most about Pareto, after the assessment day when you find out if you're successful or not, was the amount of contact they had with me. I was constantly being called with new possible opportunities and being put forward for interviews. Where as other/most recruitment companies, take your details and speak to you in a week to never. Pareto are nothing like this, I was very impressed. Within 2 weeks of having my assessment day, with the help of my recruiter (Donna L) I had a new role as Business Development Manager. Due to this journey with Pareto, I would highly recommend them to any Graduate or like me, non graduate with working experience.
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Richard Dakin
2 months 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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Sam Humphreys
a month ago
I don't often write reviews but I've seen some of the posts on here and they seem to be a little vitriolic, which isn't helpful if you're deciding whether or not to attend. (Incidentally, I haven't seen any completely negative reviews from people who passed the assessment day; make of that what you will). The assessment day I attended was fairly enjoyable - essentially, it's a day of chatting with other graduates that have come from all over the country; group tasks that test how you interact with people and how persuasive you are and individual interviews / presentations towards the end of the day. There are some people that attend that seem to think that being the loudest makes them the most persuasive and that couldn't be further from the truth. The fact is that some people you interact with in life, let alone sales, are loud and brash - being able to manage effective communication with these types of people is a key skill. On the day, just make sure that you convey your points and don't fade into the background and you'll be fine. A really interesting point for me personally was that some of Pareto's end clients (i.e. the companies and people for who you may end up working) actually attended the day and observed some of the discussions, as well as participating in the interviews later on. The selection criteria *is* tough and not all the graduates are selected but this isn't a reflection on anyone personally - I met a lot of really nice people that were doing very well in their current companies but weren't suited to the type of roles for which Pareto recruits. Ignoring the outcome, there's a lot to learn and pick up on during the day and the feedback from the end clients' is incredibly useful - something you don't generally get even if you interview directly. After the selection day, Pareto will ask you about the kind of roles that you are looking for and take a list of criteria for your ideal role (e.g. industry, company size etc.). After this, I was offered roles almost immediately (despite living outside a city) and accepted a role within a couple of weeks. The training that follows is substantially more developed than you would get at an agency or internally at most places and is ideal for those moving into a sales role or revisiting after some time out. I had considerable sales experience before attending and still found some of the elements helpful and it's useful to practice the skills at every opportunity. To summarise: The Pareto assessment day was challenging but enjoyable and despite the tough criteria, it's worth attending for the experience. If you do fit the selection criteria and progress onto Pareto finding you a role, the support is exceptional. Pareto and sales in general isn't going to suit everybody but if you are interested in developing into a role where the compensation potential is directly tied to your own personal effort, Pareto is a very good place to start.
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Dev Silv
3 months 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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