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1 day ago

Sales Advisor (Events) Milton Keynes and Northampton – new

Sky United States

As the leading entertainment provider in the UK, we are looking for talented professionals who will provide a first class sales experience in our… Sky

15 days ago

IT Service Project Co-ordinator

Sky Hertfordshire

As a Service Delivery Co-ordinator you will be required to conduct analysis on the operational components that deliver service support to the client… Sky

16 days ago

Junior Java Developer - Oddschecker

Sky London, England

Part of Sky, is the leading odds comparison site and, with over 1 million visitors per month, one of the UK’s most visited gaming… Sky

18 days ago

Work Experience in Marketing

Sky London, England

At Sky, Marketing is made up of three main areas. Brand Marketing keeps the public aware of Sky products – whether it’s the latest innovations in TV… Sky

13 days ago

Legal Advisor – Marketing, Consumer Affairs & Data Protection (12 month Fixed Te

Sky London, England

Our Legal team plays a key role in the day to day life of Sky. Split in to 11 niche legal teams, our lawyers boast a wide range of expertise; from… Sky

19 days ago

Resource Planner

Sky Berkshire

We are currently looking for a Resource Planner to join our Core Network Implementation team. The team is responsible for all implementation… Sky

2 days ago

Scrum Master - Ecommerce Web Team - NOW TV – new

Sky London, England

NOW TV is part of Sky’s core offering within our Software Engineering department which strives to be seen both internally and externally as a… Sky

16 days ago

Internal Communications Manager

Sky London, England

A key part of this role will be management, development & execution of the delivery of all internal communication campaigns and plans to maximise… Sky

1 day ago

Senior Systems Administrator – new

Sky Hertfordshire

Founded in 2003 and recently acquired by Sky, The Cloud has evolved from an indoor hotspot provider into the number one wireless broadband network in… Sky

15 days ago

Application Developer - C /Qt (or similar)

Sky London, England

As a C /Qt Developer, you’ll be drawing on your know-how to deliver high quality features quickly. You will be encouraged to help solve the problems… Sky

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    Two-bit outfit masquerading as a multi-billion pound company

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Customer Advisor in Manchester, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Customer Advisor in Manchester, England (UK)

    I have been working at Sky full-time (more than 3 years)


    Free tv - when It works and that's about all, the product itself is great.
    Working with some very nice people amidst all the office crawlers/noseyparkers/tittletattlers
    High staff turnover says it all.


    Awful top-downwards management on a local level . Expect to have an acting CEL on a power-trip for the same salary as yourself in charge of the team at some stage. some of the full CELs are very good in fairness.

    Training courses that never materialise. on joining you're promised to start the 'Aspire' programme. this never happens.

    Office politics rules: Only crawlers and creeps prosper, even then, with no guarantee of a pay rise. Hearsay = 'the truth' to the upper site management.

    No career development. You supposedly have a weekly 1-2-1 with your CEL which determines your annual pay grade. This will get cancelled/shunted/ignored and by the year end the CEL will have been replaced so you have slaved away for nothing as they will find any excuse not to fulfil their promises.

    Rigged bonus scheme - you're punished for negative c-sat surveys, resulting from you doing your job according to their system guidelines.

    'The people survey' scam, This is a supposedly anonymous survey about how things could be improved within the company. Secretly it's a monitoring tool to suss out disillusioned staff. This enables site management to lean on them until they quit using various dirty tricks methods .

    Sham career open days. No time given to attend and even then you never hear back when expressing an interest. these only exist to hide the fact it's a dead-end job

    Bullying. Report this and expect to be marginalised whilst the culprit gets away with it.

    Acting-CELS, these are simply yes-men with an inferiority complex, thinking they can push you around as they have volunteered for extra duties in a vain attempt to increase their pay grade.

    If Management/HR decide your face doesn't fit they will resort to various dirty tricks to oust you, - Expect to be kept out of meetings weekly updates etc and to be locked out of various systems.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Time you collected your P45's and learn some humanity.

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