Entain Career Development FAQ

Read what Entain employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Entain has a career opportunities rating of 3.1.

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7 English questions out of 7

9 August 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Entain?

Pros

Good progression, really good benefits package, amazing team and culture, flexible working, lots of opportunities and out of work activities/groups. Market leaders in industry. Understanding management.

Cons

Not as competitive on salary, due to low labour turn over not as many opportunities to advance.

Advice to Management

Honour pay reviews.

Good progression, really good benefits package, amazing team and culture, flexible working, lots of opportunities and out of work activities/groups.

9 August 2021

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9 August 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Entain?

Pros

Good progression, really good benefits package, amazing team and culture, flexible working, lots of opportunities and out of work activities/groups. Market leaders in industry. Understanding management.

Cons

Not as competitive on salary, due to low labour turn over not as many opportunities to advance.

Advice to Management

Honour pay reviews.

Good progression, really good benefits package, amazing team and culture, flexible working, lots of opportunities and out of work activities/groups.

9 August 2021

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16 December 2020

Does Entain have any sort of mentoring programme?

Pros

- So far, they have been committed to flexible working arrangements during COVID such as a few days working from home and the rest in the office

Cons

- Terrible working hours and lots of weekend work (every weekend for me) - Management puts a whole lot of unnecessary stress onto employees, employees have to work 100 times harder to make up for the poorly planned processes that were put in place by management - Bad culture where people are often rude and inconsiderate of others time and personal life - Management on several occasions asked me to do things which I consider legally and ethically questionable, when I brought this up with my manager they responded that they neither knew if what we had to do was following regulation nor did they care. - Management will often encourage everyone to take their leave in a group setting, but behind closed doors when it's just 1 on 1 I'd often be told not to take leave or discouraged from taking leave based on my manager's behaviour and their history of not approving leave even when enough notice is given - Very little to no training or support was given, had to figure out their convoluted and nonsensical processes myself as I carried out the tasks of my overcomplicated job - Very low retention rate from employees - Not much effort is put in retaining employees or improving work/life balance and company culture - Highly incapable managers from a people management perspective, most people that seem to stay here longer than a year or two are truly delusion as to what is considered normal for what an employer can and can't ask their employees to do.

Advice to Management

Be true to yourself about what type of workplace you want. In the interview they tried to pass this place off as a 'start up culture' with lots of social events, relaxed environment and friendly attitude with high employee retention. In reality it was a cold and abusive place, employees leaving or getting fired regularly, I rarely had lunch breaks, lots of overtime work with no recognition or time off in lieu being offered. There's plenty of people out there that wouldn't mind this environment and might even thrive on it - why bring people in that clearly aren't interested in being exploited and working 7 days a week is beyond me.

Very little to no training or support was given, had to figure out their convoluted and nonsensical processes myself as I carried out the tasks of my overcomplicated job

16 December 2020

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3 July 2021

How are promotions handled at Entain?

Pros

Lots of room for upward and sideways mobility

Cons

Not the most wholesome field, plus difficult customers

Advice to Management

Keep it up.

Lots of room for upward and sideways mobility

3 July 2021

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8 August 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Entain?

Pros

Lots of down time, flexible with work rotas if you are studying, job security is as good as can be

Cons

Marketplace managers offload most of their work to the rest of the shop team, new information / changes to policies or procedures isn't shared, lots of areas are short staffed for months/years on end, pay is poor for CSM, training is very poor.

Advice to Management

Review retail estate, staff regularly work all day alone with no breaks and are deducted one hour from their pay for it

Marketplace managers offload most of their work to the rest of the shop team, new information / changes to policies or procedures isn't shared, lots of areas are short staffed for months/years on end, pay is poor for CSM, training is very poor.

8 August 2020

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