I worked at Tabcorp full-time
Great intentions to drive flexible working environments, new leadership thinking and experimentation. Workplace culture is terrific and one of the best managers I've ever had. This is a gaming business and you can feel that by working there. They have done a good job of making work fun.
Some of the great ideas are not followed through to actually deliver great ROI. Leadership team don't seem as aligned or as involved as I'm used to.
Advice to Management
If you are going to create a genuine performance culture, you need to be able to have the hard chats and make the hard decisions on under performers. Sometimes your delightful culture (which genuinely is a joy to work in) gets in the way of being commercially focussed and that can be a shame for your A-players.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Tabcorp (Sydney (Australia)) in June 2016.
First, a phone call from their hiring manager to set up a date for a phone interview. Then the interview itself in 5 days or so. Took around 45 minutes. It was essentially a phone test: they asked to solve a few probability problems (along the lines "given this and that, what is the probability of xxx"), then some machine learning questions, then some questions related to programming.
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