-Awesome collaborative community of people -You build a network of intelligent and great people in Tech -Opportunities to grow and transition across roles. Many internal job openings -Free Lunch,... Team bonding events, Year end parties. Free Gym, Free Spa and Wellness programs Flexible working hours, Hybrid WFH and WFO
-Difficult to motivate for salary increase. -Politics. You have to put your work in peoples face to get seen or heard. -Promotion is not by default. You can be stuck in the same role for years if you... dont apply to be promoted. The process is very rigorous and a lot of people get rejected. -Juniors & intermediates are hardly given room to be innovative. The pressure is very high -People are barely rewarded or recognize for awesome delivery. A lot of people leave because they dont feel seen and acknowledged
Good Work-Life Balance: Betway does offer a reasonable work-life balance, which is essential for maintaining one's well-being
Lack of Recognition: One of the most disheartening aspects of working at Betway is the consistent lack of recognition. Despite pouring countless hours into my work, it often feels like my efforts go... unnoticed or unappreciated. This lack of acknowledgment can be quite demotivating and can negatively impact employee morale. Limited Career Development Opportunities: Betway falls short in terms of providing clear career development paths for its employees. There is a distinct lack of guidance and support for those who wish to advance their careers within the organization. This can be particularly discouraging for ambitious individuals who seek to grow and make a meaningful impact. Inadequate Training and Development Programs: Betway's training and development programs are subpar at best. Employees are often left to fend for themselves when it comes to acquiring new skills or expanding their knowledge. This lack of investment in employee growth can hinder long-term career prospects.