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3 days ago

Customer Service Advisor

BSkyB Livingston, Scotland +2 locations

At Sky, making each and every one of our customers feel special has allowed us to deliver brilliant TV, broadband and telephony products to more than… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Part Time Customer Service Advisors - Livingston - 20 hours

BSkyB Livingston, Scotland

At Sky, making each and every one of our customers feel special has allowed us to deliver brilliant TV, broadband and telephony products to more than… Reed.co.uk


1 day ago

Sales Advisor - Retention – new

BSkyB Livingston, Scotland +3 locations

It means working in a fast-paced environment with a unique set of challenges. Working on Live Chat messenger, making outbound calls and taking… Reed.co.uk


3 days ago

Part Time Customer Service Advisors - Dunfermline - 20 hours

BSkyB Dunfermline, Scotland

At Sky, making each and every one of our customers feel special has allowed us to deliver brilliant TV, broadband and telephony products to more than… Reed.co.uk


4 days ago

Operations Analyst Tester

Sky Livingston, Scotland +2 locations

will be to carry out testing on software prior to live deployment. You will be creating test plans and test scripts which will be used to execute the… Adzuna


1 day ago

Process Improvement Analyst – new

Sky Edinburgh, Scotland

Process Improvement Analysts are absolutely critical to our team because at base level they ensure change is successfully delivered across a range of… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Account Executive 9month Fixed Term Contract

Sky Edinburgh, Scotland

As an Account Executive you will be responsible customer service and account management of Group and Offshore customers through both inbound… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Business Analyst - Change Team – new

Sky Edinburgh, Scotland

We’re looking for experienced Business Analysts to join us in delivering fast paced, complex and cross-functional business change to our Customer… Glassdoor


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    Terrible first year experience

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Livingston, Scotland (UK)
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Livingston, Scotland (UK)

    I have been working at Sky full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    This place is good for starters and beginners. Free sky TV package is a plus. Charmers and sweet talkers can flourish in this muddy environment. Your work will be greatly appreciated by your manager(s) and repackaged as their original thought and work to senior managements. This showcase of work spirals all the way to the upper levels. Above all sympathy beggars can really raise the ladders of management quickly if you know how to have your manager in your pocket.

    The company will survive because of the entertainment industry segment BSkyB is into.

    Cons

    Forget about earning your place by hard-work. Forget about reasoning and non-partiality. Forget about gaining expertise for your work will be limited to run-of-the-mill type chores. Forget about individuality because as soon as you bring in some original thought, it will be plagiarised endlessly with no credit to you. Most managers are past their peaks and have nowhere else to go, so they are stuck. They will make sure you don't go anywhere also within BskyB.

    Beware of the 'Technology' division that operates out of Scotland. Rampant favouritism is the key distinguisher of this unit. They rank low in the internal people survey scores. They will establish teams to listen to your problems. These teams are just there to listen to your rants if you bother to. A report will be produced out of these action meetings. A sub-team will be established to act on those findings. They will certainly 'act'. Nothing will change. You will be frustrated. The cycle will continue endlessly.

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    It's been a year in this company for me and I have a great lesson on how not to be good manager.

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