I have been working at Bet365 full-time (Less than a year)
Excellent and Long training to make sure you can do your part. Very nice People working there, charming and willing to help. Above average pay, bonus schemes, and extras. Complete kitchen to use and make things easier. Also, Gibraltar.
You have to be honest and hard working. Also computers feel a bit slow sometimes, could use a hardware update. Everything else is just fine.
Advice to Management
Some help with relocation would be great, things are great though.
I applied online. I interviewed at Bet365 in June 2017.
The phone interview was very easy, basically they ask you a few questions about your CV and current experience and then generic questions like hobbies for instance. Later, they ask you to complete a translation test in 24 hours. The test includes approximately 1.2k words. Extremely ridiculous (if you ask me) to spend so much time for a free translation test and in the end you won't get any feedback or response from them. It shows they have no respect for the candidates, serious businesses make sure all the candidates get an update on the outcome.
Also, the lady tried to make Stoke-on-Trent sound like the perfect place to live (it's not!) and i felt that no one wants to go there...
Staff rocked their best festive attire to raise almost £5,000 for the Donna Louise Hospice. Teams took part in a Christmas Jumper Day - along with a bake-off and raffle - for the Staffordshire-based charity.
Congrats to our bet365 Charity Ambassadors who have raised more than £6,000 for the Donna Louise Hospice. Team members completed events such as bungee jumping, sky diving and marathons to raise a fantastic £6,283.84. The Ambassadors are already planning the next round of fundraising events. Good luck team!
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