Paddy Power Plc
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Paddy Power Plc Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    David Newton
  • Founded
    2016
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Retail

42 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 349 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Retail Betting Assistant in Dublin
on 2 September 2021
Busy, and fun place to work but not long term
Well paid with regular wage reviews and opportunity to progress. But the work is monotonous, busy and hectic with aggressive customers so you need to be thick skinned.
Betting assistant in Galway
on 13 July 2021
Boring ! Same thing everyday nothing enjoyable
Great job if your looking for sedentary lifestyle and to get a huge belly from doing nothing I found myself clock watching a lot of the time as it was just boring I was enthusiastic at the start but after a year the novelty ran off and it became mundane Nothing to do but sit there and wait for bets and then you have to deal with abusive punters because they think you’ve done them out of money even though they now exactly how it works
Sales Assistant in Blanchardstown, County Dublin
on 7 December 2020
Boring Job, No Culture Or Atmosphere
Long working hours, roster done weeks in advance but can change days before which is unprofessional, quite rude staff, a lot of pressure to learn a lot of content considering the minimum wage pay. Just another number to the company and easily replaced. Feels morally wrong too feeding into the gambling addiction and not being able to help people and having to take their money. Bad industry
Retail Assistant in Dublin
on 4 November 2020
not great
there was no life/work balance, as a college student i didnt get the chance to study or do assignments, i ended up leaving due to bitchiness in the shop i worked in aswell. district manager always asked me to come in on days off, i would do it but i was never returened any emergncy favours back. disappointed as i spent over a year here and ended up leaving because there couldnt be any comprimise.
Trader in Dublin
on 1 November 2020
Trading Dept
Trading department employees looked upon as 2nd class employees. You can offer up as much dominos on Saturdays and drinks on Fridays (which Traders couldn’t avail of because they’ll most likely be working!) but it won’t cover for the really low wages in comparison to competition. When management were challenged on this people were told to ‘go work for the competition so’. Such a lack of understanding and empathy shown. HR for the trading department are a disgrace and allow for all sorts of mismanagement especially at junior level. This is all mirrored in the high turnover rate of staff and many being poached now by competitors offering better pay and conditions.

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Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Behavioral and teamwork abilities centered around communication skills.

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