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“Understaffed and very busy”

My colleagues and some of the managers that I work with are generally very supportive and helpful There are some opportunities to progress in the lower tiers of the company, but you have to be determined and show that you are prepared to go the extra mile and really make an effort

Understaffed, guess they are trying to keep costs down, but it is the junior staff who pay the price for that. It also means that the staff who have been working there for a time manipulate the situation so that they get the shifts they want and the newer staff just have to lump it – doing all the shop swaps when it should be shared round, being bullied into doing all the sick leave covers and far too many extra hours over and above the contracted hours. Senior management do not get involved at all so the middle managers can do what they like it seems. But senior staff should be checking that the managers under them are doing their job ... Understaffed, guess they are trying to keep costs down, but it is the junior staff who pay the price for that. It also means that the staff who have been working there for a time manipulate the situation so that they get the shifts they want and the newer staff just have to lump it – doing all the shop swaps when it should be shared round, being bullied into doing all the sick leave covers and far too many extra hours over and above the contracted hours. Senior management do not get involved at all so the middle managers can do what they like it seems. But senior staff should be checking that the managers under them are doing their job and this would make sure that the allocation of work was fairer. more

Unusual for senior staff to manage how middle management treat their direct reports!

“Fast paced, yet mind numbing work”

A very challenging place to work, always active, fast paced and dynamic. Sports environment is fun for those who are enthusiastic about sport and fitness. Lots of customer contact, good experience in dealing with people and direct sales. Great team, excellent team ethos, very supportive, friendly and driven.

The job itself is extremely boring, and made even more so by the company's unfortunate instance on making sure the right process if being followed for almost every action. There is very little opportunity for growth, and you get no experience in managing other people, you are simply the end point taking orders, and making sales.

Unnecessarily overdone process driven style of business.

“DO NOT WORK HERE THEY DO NOT DESERVE THEIR STAFF”

The day I left the company. Would rather sleep on a park bench than work here again.

Staff are treated by district managers and area managers like scum. The first day I joined this company they came across as welcoming and nice and charming. Then after a couple of months you see their true colours. Talk behind your back, set up staff whose faces dont fit, laugh at staff with mental health problems and other disabilities, you work on your own for up to 5 hours in the morning, you are constantly worrying about disciplinary action for making the tiniest of mistake, security department seem to think they are the police and talk to staff like scum.

How the bullying of staff is allowed to go unpunished. Seems to be a textbook that was written for them to be taught how to belittle and be rude to staff.

“Rubbish place treat all staff like shit!”

Absolutely nothing good at William hill other then we get to a chair to sit on during shift😂 they have done nothing but discriminate myself for been pregnant worse place to work

The managers (bpms, area managers) think they know it all treat staff like shit they don’t deserve good staff can’t expect to have staff take care of there business if they aren’t going to take care of the staff

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It’s no surprise we’re known as the Home of Betting. Here at William Hill, we have a long and proud history. Founded in 1934, we’ve become famous for our expertise, great customer service and forward-thinking approach. And we’ve since grown into a global company. Not to mention one of the biggest names online and on the high street. We’re now there behind every bet and every game. Online is a huge part of our business and key to where we’re heading in the future. Since the creation of williamhill.com our internet services have grown massively, adding Casino in the year 2000, Skills Games, Vegas Games, Bingo and Live Casino, until 2008, when we created William Hill Online. Add to this our new Sportsbook, also developed in 2008 and you can see that we continue to develop at pace. So much so, we now have offices worldwide in Leeds, London, Gibraltar, Bulgaria, Manila and Manila. We have just entered the US market acquiring 3 land based business across Nevada which became William Hill US in June 2012. So whilst we have a great history its clear to see William Hill remains focused on growth across our multi-channel business.

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