Quick facts
  • What we do:
    Betting Services Provider
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  • Contact
    • Gateway House, Milverton Street, London, SE11 4AP

About The Sporting Index Group

What is it like to work for The Sporting Index Group

Sporting Index Group understands how important employee wellbeing is to the organisation. They provide private medical insurance and have a considerate culture which does not breed presenteeism. The company understands that people need sufficient breaks so they have a break-out area for employees to eat their lunch away from their desks. They also monitor the use of annual leave to ensure employees are getting sufficient breaks away from the office. Health and Safety is taken very seriously and the company makes sure that workstations are comfortable and appropriate for any special conditions.
My Team
My Team
On a company wide level, The Sporting Index Group part-fund the annual pool (snooker) competition which is available to all employees. The company organises participants into random groups, which ensures there is a mix of employee from different departments and different levels. They provide venue hire, food, drink and there is also a prize for the winner. Half the company normally takes part, with others attending as spectators. Other company wide social events include a golf day, a poker night, a cake sale and a darts competition. They also have regular pay-day drinks at a local pub where the HR team have been known to take on the Directors team at pool.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
The Sporting Index Group believes that by developing their employees, they are able to show reward for exceptional performance. They pride themselves on having many managers who have been promoted within the organisation. The company provides support, coaching, training and encourages exposure to areas of the business which employees are interested in. A recent example was an employee within the technology team being asked about their career aspirations in their annual review and they said they would like to move into an area which was client facing. The company arranged a mentoring scheme between the employee and a client facing manager to help the employee gain exposure and experience in the area, with a view to gradually developing their skills so the employee could move into the new area of the business.

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  • Gym

    On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships

  • Childcare

    On-site nursery or vouchers

  • Pensions

    Companies offering a final salary or non-contributory pension scheme

  • Health Insurance
    Health Insurance

    Full family cover

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  • Male : Female:

    91% / 9%


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