All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Peninsula employees based on 46 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4.3/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
4.4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.5/5
 
Career Progression:
4.4/5
 
Colleagues:
4.7/5
 
Training:
4.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
4.6/5
 
Overall Rating:
4.4/5
 

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- I also love working in a high paced environment where you deal with a number of different cases each day. No one day or case is the same.

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Average end time: 17:15

Average number of working hours: 8.25

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Application Advice:

Learn what you can about the business and its growth.
Have a clear view on what you want and your career aims.
Be willing to put the time and effort in.

Interview Advice:

Highlight your strengths effectively in connection to HR and employment law, but also your wider skills.

Asked about examples of key skills, Leadership, Resilience.
Give clear understanding of when you have done this.

Be prepared for a group assessment day, and to stand out effectively.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employement Law at Peninsula
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Interview Advice:

Be confident, try not to be too nervous and be yourself !

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Be open minded and expect to learn a lot. Having a genuine interest in employment law will make the process much easier.

Interview Advice:

Don't reiterate what is already on your CV; sell who you are and don't be afraid to show a little personality.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you research the company as much as possible prior to applying for the role.

Interview Advice:

Peninsula have very strong values, my best advice would be to ensure you are aware of what their values are before you attend an interview or an assessment centre, so that you can understand exactly what they are looking for in their applicants.

Graduate Employemnt Law Consultant, Advisory at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Important to have HR experience or experience within a business and be good at problem solving.

Interview Advice:

Know a lot about the company and how it works.

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Application Advice:

Make sure your CV is up to date and includes the skills that you could bring to the company.

Research Peninsula and personalise your CV and application to suit the business.

Interview Advice:

I would advise making yourself aware of any recent updates within HR and Employment Law as you will need to be able to demonstrate knowledge in both the initial interview stages and the assessment centre.

If you are lucky enough to make it onto the assessment day I would advise researching Peninsula and demonstrating how your skill set would suit working here.

In the group tasks on the assessment day, as well as looking at things from a best practice HR perspective, I would advise thinking commercially, and looking at what decision would benefit the business in question as Peninsula ultimately work for employers!

Finally, don't worry if you don't feel you have enough HR or legal experience, the graduate scheme is there to provide you with the training - so as cliche as it sounds just be yourself throughout the process!

Employment Law Consultancy, Advisory at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Applied via a graduate job site. Submitted my CV, took part in a telephone interview and invited to assessment centre.

The process was very professional and I was asked to attend the next available assessment centre after the telephone interview.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you've read up on recent developments in employment as this knowledge will come in very useful during the assessment centre and interview.

Clearly demonstrate the skills you possess and how you will use these skills to offer a fantastic service to Peninsula's clients.

Don't be afraid to show your personality. You will spend a lot of time interacting with clients and during these interactions knowledge alone will not be enough; it's essential you can demonstrate what else you bring to the table.

Make up of Assessment centre:
- Introduction - each candidate was given a few minutes to talk about themselves and their background.
- Two group activities - candidates were split into numerous groups and given a real scenario Peninsula's advisors have dealt with, each group was asked to explain what they would do. This gives each candidate the chance to show off their knowledge and also demonstrate how they work in groups. Make sure you're heard without being overbearing.
- Elevator task - all candidates are given a short brief and 30 seconds to answer. The purpose of this task is to give candidates the chance to demonstrate what they can bring to Peninsula outside their academic achievements.

Interview Questions:
- Academic and Professional career.
- Why you want to work for Peninsula.
- What inspires you.
- Very personable interview.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Advisory at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Show off your personality, it goes a long way. Experience and qualifications are great, but not the be all and end all.

Interview Advice:

Show off your personality, dont let your CV define you.

Employment Law Consultant, HR at Peninsula
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Interview Advice:

Be commercial - don't just say you like working with people!

Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and try to stand out.

Interview Advice:

Elevator pitch, group tasks.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Services at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Be honest and really think about what benefits you could bring to a successful team.

Interview Advice:

Show your grit and determination to succeed.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Advice Services at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would say to try to tailor your CV to reflect the job description as much as possible. Also, if you are currently in a role, mention why are you looking to leave, for example, Career Progression.

Interview Advice:

Peninsula want people with passion- take the opportunity to show that you love HR!

Make sure you research Peninsula and have an understanding of our clients and what we provide to them.

I would also say to enjoy the interview, although it was challenging, I genuinely came out of my interview having had a great experience.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Tailor your qualifications and experiences to the job description. As a new graduate this may be your first job coming out of university so don’t feel like your waitress job you did as a part time job won’t apply to this position. Be creative in showing how your experience will put you above the rest of the candidates.

Interview Advice:

So you have made it this far based on paper alone. At the interview stage, my advice would be to be yourself. These are the people you are going to be working with day in and day out so they need to see not only that you are the right fit for the company but that the company is the right fit for you. Be confident, be yourself and be passionate about the role you have applied for.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Be yourself as personality is a big factor. Be prepared to explain why you want to work in HR and specifically Peninsula, so make sure you do your research. Be respectful of the other candidates, listen to what they have to say, but make sure you speak up when appropriate to get your point across in the assessment centre.

Interview Advice:

It is easier said than done, but try to relax. The interviewers do have your best interest at heart and just want to see that you are a fit for the company. It is best to prepare answers, but be yourself and try to enjoy the experience.

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Application Advice:

There is a video interview so I would advise people applying to be yourself and try to look as confident as possible and make yourself stand out. It may be beneficial to write down everything you want to get across and practice talking about those before you do the interview.

Interview Advice:

The interview entails a small presentation about yourself, group assessments and then a one to one interview. I would advise to do your revision. Whilst on the scheme you will learn about employment law it would be beneficial in the group assessments to show what you know already, even if its just basic HR. It shows that you have studied topics and have an interest in employment law and HR.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Discuss why you would be good for the role and why you should be selected.

Interview Advice:

Show lots of enthusiasm.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

My advice to candidates applying for a role at Peninsula would be to only apply if you are willing to go above and beyond, you will be expected to work extremely hard but the rewards are second to none. I would advise candidates to be open to working in a dynamic business that has a vibrant atmosphere and embrace it as best you can, as you will be given great opportunities but you have to want to give so much more back, it is a very fast paced business but I would not have it any other way.

Interview Advice:

My advice is to demonstrate how you are able to think commercially, Peninsula always look at what is best for the client and approach situations with a commercial view. If you can demonstrate this in your interview then you are showing that you are able to think outside the box and apply different solutions. Also be yourself and try to be dynamic, Peninsula likes people with different ways of thinking it's what makes the business interesting and so successful so if you show that you have your own ideas they will always be welcomed.

Graduate Employment Law consultant, Manchester at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Research the company first. Make sure you have all the information about what they do, how they operate, what the scheme involves and what is expected. Some people get a shock to the system as they don't realise what they're signing up for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. They can tell if you're not. Have a positive mental attitude and be enthusiastic but not overbearing. They want the best so be the best.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Highlight previous work/ work experience with high client interactions and why you want to pursue a career at Peninsula which incorporates HR and Employment Law.

Interview Advice:

Research Peninsula, who their clients are and their values.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would advise that you read and familiarise yourself with the job description and person specification so that you are able to tailor yourself to the business needs. I would also advise to have that hunger to gain valuable knowledge in HR and employment law as this graduate programme is really intense and you would need a lot of commitment to it, but the end result is worth it.

Interview Advice:

I would advise the applicants to be confident and stand out amongst the crowd during the assessment day and interview, ensure that you show excellent communication skills and team work.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I found that it was beneficial to look at the job specification and tailor my application to reference each requirement of the role. I was able to provide working examples of my abilities in each requirement from previous roles and from university.

Interview Advice:

Try to stand out from the rest of the applicants and showcase your knowledge and skills. Do not forget to show good skills in teamwork and leadership, whilst also encouraging any quieter applicants to offer up their opinions.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would recommend that you have a good understanding of why you really want to work in HR and employment law. This role is very challenging and intense, and a commitment and passion for HR will definitely help you to succeed, which should be made clear throughout the application. Preparation is key, especially with regards to the company background and how you have the skills, experience and knowledge for this environment.

Interview Advice:

Peninsula thrives off commerciality and your understanding and passion for this should be clearly communicated throughout the day. I would ensure that you are well prepared for the day to allow you to be confident when engaging in all aspects of the interview process. I would also recommend that you have fun during the interview! I thoroughly enjoyed the assessment day and interview, and my passion for HR shone through the smile on my face and the excitement for potentially working for such an award winning company.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Advice at Peninsula
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Interview Advice:

Show off! The company wants to employ those who shine so make sure you stand out in the interview by showing what you can do and what you're good at

Research Assistant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

The different industries and cases you are exposed to on a daily basis advances your knowledge rapidly. The amount of training and experience I have gained at Peninsula is invaluable.

Interview Advice:

Learn 5 unfair reasons for dismissal and statutory amounts in terms of notice periods/ holidays etc.

Keep an eye on recent changes in legislation for the time of the interview.

Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Go for it.

Interview Advice:

As well as the usual things just do your research and be yourself.

Paralegal, Legal Services at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Experience is just as important as qualifications, if not more important.

Interview Advice:

keep your legal knowledge up to date, there will be questions about it as well as your abilities.

Paralegal, Legal services at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you are willing to work hard as the rewards are worth it. You should be driven and see a future in a career in Employment Law. Take time to research for the assessment centre and think outside of the box and this is no 'ordinary' HR firm, you have to have a commercial mind and consider all industries.

Interview Advice:

Have you ever worked to SLA's before? - The role is very target driven and you have to be willing to put the work in so consider how you can show you can meet targets.

What could you bring to Peninsula? - You need to be a hard working, driven individual that is willing to put 100% into the company.

Previous HR experience? Previous HR experience isnt necessary but you should have a knowledge of the industry.

Role Plays - Real life HR situations - How you would handle a real like HR query. How you would advise companies.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to get asked questions about the company itself

Interview Advice:

Practice role play activities.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to come into the business with a 'Can Do' attitude and an eagerness to learn and help others. To achieve what you want to achieve at Peninsula you need to be dedicated to the role and willing to put in the hours researching to be able to pick up the technical knowledge required for the role.

Interview Advice:

It doesn't matter that you don't have the technical knowledge when applying for the role, what does matter is that you show that you are eager and have the capacity to pick up the knowledge required.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate HR Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would advise each candidate that no matter what background they are coming from it would benefit them to have an awareness into certain aspects of employment law. I would advise a future candidate that the more they get involved within the company the more they will get out. We are pushed to achieve personal goals within the company which I feel has developed me as a person. Any candidate who wishes to become a future leader in either Human resources or Employment law will definitely go far with the opportunities provided by Peninsula.

Interview Advice:

Throughout the interview the candidate must be aware of how they present themselves. the interview process was not extremely difficult however I feel each candidate must listen carefully to each question. There may be certain real life scenarios throughout the interview process and therefore it would be to the candidates benefit to be aware of possible everyday business issues they may need to deal with over the advice line.The candidate must show their eagerness throughout the interview process as this is what makes the business tick.

Employment Law Advisor, Employment law advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

I would advise candidates to provide in depth information in their application forms from their academic knowledge and experiences.

Interview Advice:

The interview proccess includes a video interview and an assessment day. I would advise clients to do research of the job role that they are applying for and be prepared with how they would respond if they were to be given a real life scenario. Candidates should be confident and make sure they are remembered on the day but also to be respectful of other candidates and show that they are also able to work together in teams. Also be prepared to summarise yourself in 30 seconds

Graduate Employment Law Consultants, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

If you are looking to progress your knowledge in HR and employment law then this is the right place for you in terms of career progression. There is always an opportunity for everyone to be promoted or progress within their roles.

Interview Advice:

Prior to attending your interview ensure you research peninsula, you are dressed in business attire and have a professional and positive attitude. Ensure you are well prepared, organised and punctual.

Employment Law Consultant, Employment Law Advice at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

One pointer I would like to give to future candidates is be prepared to work hard and enjoy it. Although some people may have knowledge of HR process or employment law, it is important to have some ideas of how to apply the theory and to empathise with clients. Any real life experience would be beneficial but not necessarily needed.

Interview Advice:

Firstly, make sure you have done your research! It is important to understand who Peninsula are, what they do, why they do it and their future goals. Also, I would suggest highlighting the positive experiences you have gained throughout your studies/within previous roles and what HR means to you personally but making sure your personality shines through.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Even though you honestly do not need to have an employment law background as the training provided is truly intensive it would be highly valuable to have some background with regards to employment law to allow yourself to pick up the training at a faster rate.

Interview Advice:

Research the company beforehand so you are aware of what it is that Peninsula do and have done.
Come up with ideas of how you would deal with various scenarios in terms of under-performing employees or managing difficult employees as this is one of the aspects that came up within the interview stages.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

You do not necessarily have to have a background degree in HR or Employment Law, Peninsula are looking for graduates who have an interest in HR/ Employment Law and who want to progress and develop their skills into a career here at Peninsula.

Interview Advice:

I'd advise anyone applying for Peninsula to research the Company in-depth, to be friendly, confident and energetic. Be prepared to think on your feet and have researched past interview questions.

Employment Law Graduate, Graduate at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

In applying for the graduate scheme, you don't necessarily need HR qualifications, there is substantial training to aid your development within employment law.

Interview Advice:

Before the interview ensure that you have researched the company and how it was established.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Make sure to gain some introductory Employment Law and HR knowledge before joining the scheme so that you are able to familiarise with legal principles quickly. However, the training provided will also assist you with this.

Research about Peninsula and make sure to gain knowledge of the company and its background so you know what to expect and what the company stands for.

Interview Advice:

How do you respond to pressure?

Why do you want to work in HR?

Make sure to be yourself, use it as an opportunity to sell yourself and ask a lot of questions.

Employment Law Consultant, Employment Law at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Wow this company, it is the Sunday Times 3rd best Employer and they only accept the best, they are looking for practical experience in the workplace rather than just HR or Employment Law knowledge

Interview Advice:

What are the fair reasons for dismissal
What is the qualifying period for unfair dismissal
Explain what ACAS do
How do you organise your day

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Graduate Team at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Do your homework and research the company
Be confident

Interview Advice:

Be ready with examples of how you have helped people or gone the extra mile

Trainee Adviser, Employment Law at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you are looking for something fast paced; the role is very interesting and provides invaluable experience but it does come with certain pressures.

Interview Advice:

Telephone based advice scenarios- how would you respond/ advise in relation to a particular advice query/ situation?

Employment Law Business Partner, Employment Advice Service at Peninsula
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Application Advice:

Show life experience.

Interview Advice:

HR knowledge and case law.

Employment Law Advisor, Employment Law at Peninsula
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Interview Advice:

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Best:

The opportunity to grow within the business.
Working for the market leader.
Having endless amounts of training resources to assist in your personal development.
Working with some of the best advisors in the industry.
A great work life balance.
A good work social culture.

Worst:

Work towards tight targets, but there is lots of support to help you acheive them.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employement Law at Peninsula
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Best:

Fast paced
Fast growing business
Market Leader

Worst:

Job security

Peninsula
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Best:

Profit share, holiday entitlement and the people.

Worst:

The Pay.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Best:

The people and the organisational culture.

Worst:

Working within a large organisation does have its pros and cons. As there are so many people within the organisation, it takes longer to learn who everyone is within the company. However, working within a large company also has its benefits, as you are working for a well established organisation within the field and can meet a range of different people from different backgrounds.

Graduate Employemnt Law Consultant, Advisory at Peninsula
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Best:

Good location, you can move around the company for further experience, can earn extra money through sales and overtime, the people

Worst:

Doesn't have a canteen

Peninsula
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Best:

- Work Enviorment
- Career Progression
- Training/Development

Worst:

N/A

Employment Law Consultant, HR at Peninsula
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Best:

Always busy at work, staff engagement, career progression

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, at Peninsula
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Best:

Excellent training and support
The people
Opportunities

Worst:

Parking - but can't complain for a city centre location

Employment Law Consultant, Advice at Peninsula
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Best:

For me the training is amazing from the L&D team , management and also the other consultants. You learn so much in such a short amount of time.

Worst:

Nothing is major issue but it is a fast paced environment.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Services at Peninsula
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Best:

Learning and development available.

Worst:

with only less than 6 months working with Peninsula I've yet to pinpoint a worse aspect of the company.

Graduate Employment Law Consultant, Employment Advice Services at Peninsula
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