Stanleybet Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Stanleybet International is a private company based in Liverpool, England, that operates and manages sports betting shops in Cyprus, Germany and Italy, as well as locally licensed outlets in Belgium, Croatia, Poland and Romania. Stanleybet International was established in 1997 and is managed by the executive team who developed and ran Stanley Leisure's Stanleybet UK betting operation, which was sold in 2005 to William Hill plc.
A former employee mentioned the disadvantages of working at Satanleybet, "1. Stanleybet's lack of development (broken promises regarding training materials) 2. Not learning in the role so skills are unappreciated 3. Would help if more support was available but you're on your own 4. High turnover of teammates as it's a dead end role 5. Unsociable working hours and 7/10 day weeks with no overtime"
Current Employee - IT Support Technician says"1. Lack of development (broken promises regarding training materials) 2. Not learning in the role so skillet will depreciate 3. Would help if more support was available but you're on your own 4. High turnover of teammates as it's a dead end role 5. Unsociable working hours and 7/10 day weeks with no overtime"
Former Employee - Applications Support says"It is too cliquey, if your face doesn’t fit, you are screwed. Managers don’t care if you are mistreated by other members of staff. No support, no documentation"
Former Employee - QA Analyst says"Hard to influence the ingrained culture of misogyny and hierarchy, conflicting objectives, no consistent priorities"
Former Employee - Legal Administrator says"Subpar organisation, absent management, shady commercial practices, no professional growth, no bonuses, no care for low level employees, no progression system in place."
says"No idea how to manage anything really."
Former Employee - Trading Assistant says"Attempted growth in different directions reduced family type feel to become more disconnected corporate"
Former Employee - Anonymous says"Poor management/leadership from the board. Planning, prioritisation and organisation is non existent mainly on projects. Can potentially grow bored quickly. It can be really cliquey. No real support or direction in career progression - Ive never seen a promotion. Benefits are minimal."
Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer says"They are not organized well"
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