Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Telemarketing Contact Centre
  • Year established:
    2010
  • Website:
    http://N/A
  • Recruitment:
    http://N/A
  • UK locations:
    North East
  • Contact
    • 4th Floor Cross House, Westagate Road, Newcastle Upon tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 4XX

About Aspire Outsourcing


What is it like to work for Aspire Outsourcing

My Manager
My Manager
Aspire Outsourcing regularly considers what it is asking of its managers, offering support and help where needed. In turn, managers review their staff’s tasks during a weekly one to one meeting, and alter their duties, training and levels of support where needed. If somebody needs a different shift or earlier work time to accommodate interests out of work, managers always try to help. They especially encourage people to learn more and progress in their roles, and reinforce the company’s vision and beliefs. They share information on how revenue is generated, so people know how their sales performance fits in, and have daily briefings with their team to talk about business changes and gather feedback. Managers have “every opportunity” to voice their opinions to the senior management team, and they encourage their own staff to be open and honest, without fear of recrimination. Employees report that their managers share important knowledge and information with their team, support people and inspire a lot of confidence in their leadership.
Wellbeing
Wellbeing
Aspire Outsourcing encourages its people to have a healthy lifestyle and diet, and promotes fitness and general wellbeing within the workforce. People certainly don’t feel that their health is suffering because of their work. Work deadlines are realistic, and people rarely feel that the organisation takes advantage of them. Recruitment might sometimes be viewed as a high-pressure industry, but at Aspire Outsourcing, people don’t feel under too much pressure to perform well either.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
Aspire Outsourcing has a completely uncapped commission scheme for all of its “outbound” sales advisors, which increases their earning potential. It also offers ad hoc incentives and recognition programmes to reward things like good attendance, timekeeping, teamwork, attitude and effort, as well as high sales performance. The firm recognises individuals for good work and reaching their targets with perks such as the employee of the month reward, spot prizes and other awards. People are happy with the pay and benefits they receive and feel fairly paid for their responsibilities and for the industry.

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Benefits:

  • Women
    Women

    At least 33% of senior managers are women

  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours

Company Statistics

  • Staff:

    132

  • UK sites:

    2

  • Earning £35,000+:

    2%

  • Average Age:

    27

  • Male : Female:

    57% / 43%

  • Staff Turnover:

    98%

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