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10 April 2020

Does PayPoint plc pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Good work environment. Onsite gym and restaurant. Generally good work atmosphere.

Cons

Can be difficult to get your opinions heard over and above established teams and staff.

Advice to Management

Take notice of what recently joined employees are saying about process and bottleneck improvements.

Onsite gym and restaurant.

10 April 2020

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25 September 2019

How are the career development opportunities at PayPoint plc?

Pros

Great people. clean environment, decent canteen food for a reasonable price.

Cons

not enough room for development unless you're there for years

Advice to Management

offer grad schemes

not enough room for development unless you're there for years

25 September 2019

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31 October 2018

What kind of career opportunities exist at PayPoint plc?

Pros

As someone who has just recently graduated from university, I was looking for an opportunity where I could continue to learn, grow and develop my skills, rather than just working 'for the sake of working'. My new role at PayPoint has definitely given me this opportunity as there is a lot of new things to learn which I am interested in learning which will, in time, boost my confidence, knowledge and skill set! There are a lot of friendly people who are willing to help and the facilities are really good! This has really helped me settle in quickly!

Cons

There can be a lot of work at times which can be a challenge to balance and handle!

My new role at PayPoint has definitely given me this opportunity as there is a lot of new things to learn which I am interested in learning which will, in time, boost my confidence, knowledge and skill set!

31 October 2018

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25 August 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at PayPoint plc?

Pros

worked with a nice team, good benefits like medical life assurance etc

Cons

Does not practice its core values, they seem to be there as a token representation. I was promised that if I was kept on after March my contract would be made permanent which never happened and was merely renewed for another 3 months, was then led to believe it would be renewed again but during the COVID crisis and out of the blue was told it would not be. How the whole situation was dealt with was appalling! Senior management being duplicitous and interfering and not allowing team managers to make their own decisions. Really not the people and staff oriented company it presents itself to be!

Advice to Management

Stop micro-managing teams and honour your commitments! Inviting staff to cascades and meetings doesn't make them feel part of the team. There is clearly a divide between those upstairs and the teams on the ground floor! Practice the core values yourselves instead of hiding behind vague and apathetic emails!

Senior management being duplicitous and interfering and not allowing team managers to make their own decisions.

25 August 2020

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21 February 2020

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at PayPoint plc?

Pros

There are plenty of experienced people, good developers, a good business in general.

Cons

Lack of services oriented towards digital.

Lack of services oriented towards digital.

21 February 2020

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