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William Hill 2.5/5

One employee at the bookmaker spoke of a lack of breaks, noting that this is one of the cons “you get pretty used to.”
However, employees say that the hours can be flexible, and that it is relatively easy to progress to more senior management.
A spokesperson for William Hill said to the Telegraph: “William Hill employs 13,500 people in the UK many of whom tell us they love their jobs – in particular the interaction they have with customers and colleagues.
“There has been a lot of change in the business in the last 12 months which has been supported by many colleagues but which some have found more challenging.”
(William Hill)

11 of the worst companies to work for in the UK - as rated by their employees

Caffe Nero, JD Sports and WH Smith are among some of the worst companies to work for, according to their employees.

The Telegraph browsed dozens of company profiles on Glassdoor and randomly selected companies that had an employee rating of 2.6/5 or less – the average overall rating across the site is 3.3/5.

We have included some of the Telegraph‘s selection in this version of the list, combined with our own randomly selected companies using the same methodology.

The firms are not the worst overall on the site, but a randomly selected sample, and in no particular order.