Deputy Manager in Dublin, County Dublin
Poor Work/Life Balance but Easy Work Very relaxed and stress free work but ultimately long days and increased pressure from staffing issues make it slightly soul destroying with no sense of purpose typical days for a manager will be 12hrs long and for new hires 8hrs from 12:30am-9:30pm, no clear career path even outside the company from experience and opportunities balance from their ability to replace your current role. 5years as deputy manager left looking for somewhere new to start a career.
Senior RBA in Cork, County Cork
Shop staff great. Upper management have no interest in staffToo much travelling and chances of promoting very slim, as jobs already decided before interviews. Favourites get shifts they want and rest have to take whats left. Rosters not fair
former customer service, now marketing exec in Dublin, County Dublin
Testing at times, but rewardingIt's a big company, very secure if you're on the commercial/marketing side of things. Internal politics in a big company like it can be infuriating at times but generally everyone is trusted to get on with their job and if you're not taking the p and you put in the effort you will get rewarded.
Retail Manager in Limerick, County Limerick
Long hours , stressfulIt's just a job at the end of the day, long hours , evening and weekend work always , bad politics , terrible communication , great efforts not recognised and very little future prospects
Retail Betting Assistant in Limerick, County Limerick
Boring to work at, nice collages and some customers are jiceIf you enjoy sitting on a chair all day and not doing anything you’ll enjoy this job, can get stressful when it does get busy. One perk of working at paddy powers is you get to watch all the matches when shop is quiet