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The following is a Graduate Review for Reed Global.

Reed Global scores 4/5 based on 361 reviews.

All reviews are based exclusively on results of feedback from employees from Reed Global. Employees are asked to rate Reed Global on a wide range of work place topics, which is broken down through star ratings on the right hand side.

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What are the Best and Worst things about your job?


Job satisfaction - my job helps people get healthy which is very satisfying

Progress opportunities - Reed always look to internally promote

Plans and support - Reed do not like to give up on staff who are struggling, if you need help, support and guidance, you will find it here and if in the event the role is not suitable, there is so much scope for sideways moves and Reed would love to re-deploy you somewhere else in the business rather than lose you.

Flexibility - there are many remote and hybrid roles


While Reed is a national company, there are some roles that are located in one, for example the tech side of the business is located in London as is HR. If you wished to do these roles then you may be expected to travel in or relocate. But most roles are geographically spread out.

What is the annual salary for this role?

Starting salary: £27,000 - £29,000

Current salary: £27,000 - £29,000

What hours do you actually work, on average?

Start: 08:00

Finish: 16:00

What advice would you give to someone applying to this role?

I was an internal applicant so my process was slightly different but I would suggest to revise verbal, inductive and numerical reasoning exams because that will be part of the aptitude test you will have to complete.

Do you have any interview tips?

Research the company beforehand as you will be asked questions about it and Reed is a large company with many different departments that range from the well-known recruitment consultant side, to Reed in Partnership which deals with government tender contracts like my department which runs an NHS programme.

Interview your interviewer as well, ask about support, plans, progress opportunities etc. Reed love to internally promote where possible. Interviews are not a one-way street either, finding out if the company is the right fit for you is just as important as the company finding out if you are the right fit for it.

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