Kambi FAQ

Have questions about working at Kambi? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Kambi.

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22 English questions out of 22

19 April 2019

Does Kambi offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

It is a flexible working environment, depending on the team you’re in, you can get exposure to a range of different areas. People are cool and the atmosphere is very laid back. It’s a secure job where it is difficult to get fired from, you would have to do something incredibly stupid to get a warning. You can coast by and do no work for weeks or even months and nobody will notice. You can work from home and nobody will care, you can take as many days off as you want, nobody really checks.

Cons

Getting more responsibility does not translate to higher pay. People don’t care about the company, they care about themselves to get the biggest bonus(even though the bonus is small, roughly 2-4k), this creates divisions and people fighting against company goals. There isn’t an atmosphere of team work, and the company never gets anything done, with endless blue sky thinking meetings, only to realise it can’t be done when it gets to a point of no return. The pay is very low, on par with working at a place like Tescos. There is zero career development, no matter how junior you are, you will have to stay in that lane for the remainder of your time at Kambi or leave, at first it is exciting but after a couple of years of doing the same thing again and again it becomes soul destroying.

Advice to Management

Do more to keep staff, there is no career development, if you can’t pay them more, then train them up in skills to equip them for their next job.

You can work from home and nobody will care, you can take as many days off as you want, nobody really checks.

19 April 2019

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3 March 2020

Does Kambi offer massages?

Pros

free drinks on Friday but it doesn't make a good employer.

Cons

Racist team,Irresponsible management unfriendly atmosphere. bad salary

free drinks on Friday but it doesn't make a good employer.

3 March 2020

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7 May 2021

Does Kambi offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great benefits, company is generous with their employees, offers mental health support, friendly people

Cons

Work is high-pressure and demanding, requires constant multi-tasking

Great benefits, company is generous with their employees, offers mental health support, friendly people

7 May 2021

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19 April 2019

How are the career development opportunities at Kambi?

Pros

It is a flexible working environment, depending on the team you’re in, you can get exposure to a range of different areas. People are cool and the atmosphere is very laid back. It’s a secure job where it is difficult to get fired from, you would have to do something incredibly stupid to get a warning. You can coast by and do no work for weeks or even months and nobody will notice. You can work from home and nobody will care, you can take as many days off as you want, nobody really checks.

Cons

Getting more responsibility does not translate to higher pay. People don’t care about the company, they care about themselves to get the biggest bonus(even though the bonus is small, roughly 2-4k), this creates divisions and people fighting against company goals. There isn’t an atmosphere of team work, and the company never gets anything done, with endless blue sky thinking meetings, only to realise it can’t be done when it gets to a point of no return. The pay is very low, on par with working at a place like Tescos. There is zero career development, no matter how junior you are, you will have to stay in that lane for the remainder of your time at Kambi or leave, at first it is exciting but after a couple of years of doing the same thing again and again it becomes soul destroying.

Advice to Management

Do more to keep staff, there is no career development, if you can’t pay them more, then train them up in skills to equip them for their next job.

There is zero career development, no matter how junior you are, you will have to stay in that lane for the remainder of your time at Kambi or leave, at first it is exciting but after a couple of years of doing the same thing again and again it becomes soul destroying.

19 April 2019

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18 April 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at Kambi?

Pros

Opportunity to work with great people some of whom have incredible expertise. Great company culture and flexibility where appropriate (i.e. non-customer facing jobs, sufficient seniority). Great benefits.

Cons

Disconnect between upper management and operations which become evident in annual targets, reviews and company mandates. Non senior positions do not pay incredibly well and bonus schemes are opaque and slightly stingy. A lot of positions lack career development potential.

Advice to Management

Create better incentives for middle management and below to perform and be recognized.

A lot of positions lack career development potential.

18 April 2019

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