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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 Sky.

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61 English questions out of 61

30 June 2021

Does Sky offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great colleagues and a good benefits package

Cons

They will continue to load work onto you until you squeal or break

Great colleagues and a good benefits package

30 June 2021

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12 May 2019

Does Sky offer massages?

Pros

Great culture, home office, flexible working hours, free coffee and fruits, plenty of other benefits

Cons

Unfortunately, the location of Sky in Livingston is very inconvenient. I really don't understand why Sky does not offer a shuttle bus to Edinburgh (many employees live there). The shuttle bus they offer only goes to the train station Livingston North. It takes 20 mins as it pointlessly travels through whole Livingston first. On top of that, the train is ridiculously expensive, unreliable and slow. I've only been working at Sky for three months and I am already very tired of the commute. Also, in these three months, three people from my department have left due to the dreadful commute. I think that Sky could certainly afford a bus going to and from Livingston to Edinburgh in the morning and evening. And honestly, it would not even have to be for free as long as it would be significantly cheaper than the train. Please think about it as I really love working here, but the commute is starting to become really tiring. And I am not alone with this feeling.

Advice to Management

It would be great if management would help make the commute easier by promoting a bus going to and from Edinburgh straight to Sky in Livingston.

Great culture, home office, flexible working hours, free coffee and fruits, plenty of other benefits

12 May 2019

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23 April 2019

Does Sky have a pension plan?

Pros

Great benefits including heath care, decent pension contribution, 6 months full pay maternity leave.

Cons

Location isn’t great and work life balance can be a challenge

Great benefits including heath care, decent pension contribution, 6 months full pay maternity leave.

23 April 2019

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23 April 2019

Does Sky offer parental leave?

Pros

Great benefits including heath care, decent pension contribution, 6 months full pay maternity leave.

Cons

Location isn’t great and work life balance can be a challenge

Great benefits including heath care, decent pension contribution, 6 months full pay maternity leave.

23 April 2019

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27 April 2020

Does Sky offer a wellness program?

Pros

Working for the largest Pay-TV broadcaster in Europe which continues to grow and change at a rapid pace. A lot of opportunities to rotate within the company and getting to work with many different functions. Benefits are varied (including free Sky) and there's a strong focus on gender equality, mental health, and diversity.

Cons

Many layers of stakeholders to manage. Plans can change very quickly so it's important to know how to adapt fast.

Benefits are varied (including free Sky) and there's a strong focus on gender equality, mental health, and diversity.

27 April 2020

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