Bristol Sport Workplace FAQ

Read what Bristol Sport employees think about their company's workplace. Employees have questions about everything from the work environment, to the dress code and food at the office.

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2 English questions out of 2

February 14, 2020

What is the work environment like at Bristol Sport?

Pros

Could be an exciting environment to work in

Cons

Bullying and mobbing, lack of processes and systems, lack of respect toward employees, senior managers don't talk to staff, poor pay levels. lack of equipment to do the job properly.

Advice to Management

Treat people as you would want to be treated Respect your staff Try interacting with your staff Be fair to people

Could be an exciting environment to work in

February 14, 2020

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February 23, 2021

What are working conditions like at Bristol Sport?

Pros

Decent benefits incl free tickets to multiple sports. Fun industry to work within. Opportunities for internal promotion and chances to gain solid experience in sport. Good people and team spirit amongst lower level employees. Fantastic venue and facilities, the Ashton Gate side of the business really gets things right.

Cons

Long hours. Matchday contracts include a minimum number of matchday hours to work per season without any real extra remuneration, supposedly built into salary, with no time off in lieu until full hours are hit. Lots of internal politics at senior management level, very volatile environment with senior managers grouping together in cliques and several high performing managers being forced out based upon the opinion of these groups. Lack of expertise in key senior roles, appointments seem to be made based on personality or contacts rather than expertise or prior success. Zero understanding of the local area and supporter groups, with no local representation in any management role at the business.

Advice to Management

Really take the time to do your due diligence when hiring rather than focusing on the previous employer or contact book of the candidate. Don't allow strong personalities to determine business decisions without any supporting evidence.

Fantastic venue and facilities, the Ashton Gate side of the business really gets things right.

February 23, 2021

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