Je travaille chez TPP à plein temps (Plus de 5 ans)
I've seen a few reviews on here claiming that TPP targets naive graduates that don't understand what a normal workplace should be like, but I can't stress just how misguided I feel those reviews are.
I worked for a fair few companies before joining TPP, so I'm no stranger to the workplace, but I have never been treated with so much respect as here at TPP - I was trusted with opportunities within my first few months at TPP that I was never given even after years with other employers.
As long as you put 100% into the work your given, you will very quickly gain further responsibilities and recognition and this will even translate into your annual pay reviews which are the most generous I have ever known - I'm now earning more money for my family than I ever dreamt I would.
With family in mind, the working hours mean I'm never away from them more than I should be. In other places of work, I experienced a culture of 'the first person in and the last person out is the hardest working'. That doesn't happen at TPP, your hard work is recognised within the hours of 8:30 - 5:15, times outside of this are for you and your family (apart from the very rare emergency occurances, we are in the healthcare business and lives can be at stake if we aren't on the ball).
All staff at TPP are great, directors are approachable, HR are friendly and available whenever you need them for whatever reason, it's a great approach to an open and trusting working environment and makes a huge difference to moral.
TPP has also given me a confidence in myself that I never had before. I vividly remember my interview with the TPP directors (I'd had a bit of a mind block on one of the questions and thought I'd blown my chances) where they told me 'don't worry about your confidence, it's something that you will build very quickly here'. They were right- thanks to the aforementioned responsibilities and recognition that's part of everyday life at TPP, I have faith in my own abilities to get a job done and to do it well.
We have a lot of work and not enough staff, this can make some days very busy and sometimes stressful - just know that your not alone and you have an entire team behind you that won't let you struggle alone.
You may end up spending a portion of your time doing work that isn't part of your core duties (such as recruitment) - some people will see this as a con, but in reality it is us all chipping in to help the company grow, which benefits us all.
Conseils à la direction
Sometimes a bit more structure can be a good thing, especially when it comes to helping new starters. A more structured training programme might give new graduates the headstart they need to settle quicker and take the edge of the first few days (which is always a little scary no matter where you're working)
ADVICE TO POTENTIAL APPLICANTS:
If you're still not sure if TPP is right for you, please come speak to us at our recruitment events to get a better picture of the company. Staff at the events will be a mixture of new starters and experienced members so you will get a balanced view from them.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris une semaine. J'ai passé une entrevue à TPP (Leeds, Angleterre (Royaume-Uni)) en février 2016.
After reading the horror stories about the rudeness of interviews at TPP, I was expecting the worst and braced myself as best I could. In fairness, the interviews are very blunt and cold, if you do not make it to the next stage they will tell you 'Thanks, thats all we need for today', and then email you a rejection a few days later. I applied for the Commercial Manager role and made it through two interviews before hearing that phrase and being sent home. The questions they ask are deliberately designed to throw you off, so prepare to hold your nerve if you have an interview with TPP. I found a decent technique was to try and lead the interview as best you can, ask them where they would like you to sit, practically force them to shake your hand etc... Unfortunately I fell down on one of the logic problems, which I will detail below.
The building itself has a very weird era, even if I had passed the interviews it's not a place I would choose to work! 28k is certainly generous, but I got the feeling the job would be very cold.
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