Merlin Entertainments Workplace FAQ

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5 English questions out of 5

2 July 2021

What is a typical working day like at Merlin Entertainments?

Pros

Gained experience working in a fast-paced environment Great Coworkers

Cons

Rarely received my break during my shift Overworked when understaffed Underpaid in relation to the value that I generated for the company

Rarely received my break during my shift

2 July 2021

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25 March 2021

What is the work environment like at Merlin Entertainments?

Pros

Good working environment, friendly staff

Cons

The working days can be Long

Good working environment, friendly staff

25 March 2021

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22 February 2020

How do employees feel about working conditions at Merlin Entertainments?

Pros

Great environment, good pay, great team, good hours and nice offices

Cons

May require a long commute

Great environment, good pay, great team, good hours and nice offices

22 February 2020

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22 February 2020

What are working conditions like at Merlin Entertainments?

Pros

Great environment, good pay, great team, good hours and nice offices

Cons

May require a long commute

Great environment, good pay, great team, good hours and nice offices

22 February 2020

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2 October 2020

How do employees feel about Merlin Entertainments's policy around taking breaks?

Pros

You can work from home due to Covid

Cons

Customer service advisor? No. You’ll be working in a demanding call centre. Call after call without any intervals between them. Short breaks, long hours, peanut pay, no flexibility, no sympathy from management if you want a break from the phones. Micro management, always being listened to and screen monitored. If you’re verbally unwell (cough/sore throat etc) they’d rather you be sick than do the thousands of emails piling up as they want all advisors on the phones only, all day long. Job is advertised as emails and live chats - not true whatsoever. Seem to try and lure in younger generation and pull the wool over their eyes in terms of basic working rights.

Advice to Management

Break the day up with email and live chat intervals instead of intense calls back to back all day everyday, it’s exhausting your employees. I think you’ll find you keep your staff and make customers a little happier too when they can get a response on emails and live chat.

Short breaks, long hours, peanut pay, no flexibility, no sympathy from management if you want a break from the phones.

2 October 2020

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