Working at BoyleSports: company overview and reviews

65 reviews
BoyleSports ratings
Average rating of 65 reviews on Indeed
2.3Work-life balance
2.4Pay & benefits
2.9Job security & advancement
501 to 1,000
$100M to $500M (USD)
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Salary satisfaction
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 130 reviews

BoyleSports reviews

Overall reviews at BoyleSports

Warehouse Worker | Dublin | 14 Oct 2015
Faced paced, strong prospects
Boylesports is a faced paced gambling environment which comes with both, challenges and triumphs. I am really enjoying my time working here.
Customer Service Associate / Cashier | Dublin | 19 Aug 2017
A company run by monkeys. Boylesports exists only to serve hordes of mindless mud people. This company contributes nothing to society, it's only use being that it acts as a central hub for junkies and soon to be corpses. The money is pitiful. The benefits are none. The hours are inhuman. I would rather eat buckets of paint while being beat with a hurley for 13 hours a day than sit in a Boylesports shop and have to deal with the fat morons than infest this abyss of despair and hatred. Free coffee all the same.
ProsMet some good people within the staff.
ConsA cons list would be longer than the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Deputy Manager | Kenmare, County Kerry | 17 Aug 2017
Exciting, Fast Paced, Great Co-Workers
Fun, exciting, fast paced but can be stressful in certain situations. Management were ok but run very strictly as should be expected. Was always fun going into work and was never the same experiences every day. Improved my sporting knowledge immensely and customer relations were fantastic
ProsPay, Staff, entertaining
Customer Service Representative | Dundalk, County Louth | 25 Apr 2017
Horrible place to work
Overall a horrible place to work. Poor working condition. poor pay, poor shift work, and no work life balance. Would not recommend to work here at all.
ConsPoor working condition. poor pay, poor shift work, and no work life balance
Trader | Dundalk, County Louth | 17 Aug 2017
Enjoyable work environment
Enjoyable work environment, dealing with sports tasks on a daily basis. It involved dealing with daily tasks individually and on a team basis. Management allocated your tasks daily, and if or when required I would do additional tasks if someone was out sick or someone else needed a hand on their work.
Conssome late nights
Customer Service Representative | Dundalk, County Louth | 10 Mar 2017
Great and friendly working staff and management
Tesco was great to work for at 16, I made so many friends and as it was my first real job, it was a great place to learn interpersonal skills and customer services. Tesco also had great get togethers for staff, I was on the Tesco's ladies football team and we won 3 years in a row, it was so much fun.
ProsSocial events and great all round people
Customer Service Representative | Sligo | 8 Jan 2020
Flexible hours but long.
Busy stressful fun . No place to really eat food. Finish at 930 every night. Not enough pay to justify what you are expected to know or deal with it. The more customers moan the more staff give in to them. People that work here have to think quick and serve quick . It is a more skilled job than working in a bank but with a lot less money and a lot more stress.
ProsFlexibility on days off
ConsPay, hours.
Liaison | Dundalk, County Louth | 29 Apr 2020
First class company
Fantastic family run business, genuine interest in employee welfare. Plenty of internal promotion prospects. Loyalty rewarded. Absolutely no limit to promotion.
Deputy Manager | Athy, County Kildare | 10 May 2019
fun place to work
very long hours, 13 hour days hard to balance business and pleasure made great friends working here, higher up management can be difficult to get on with
Prosgood christmas bonus
Conslong hours
Customer Service Representative | Dundalk, County Louth | 2 Jul 2018
Not a great environment for me
The salary was quite low, hours weren't great either. I didn't really enjoy my stay with boylesports. I know many others who currently work there and enjoy it however.

Questions and answers about BoyleSports

How are the working hours at BoyleSports?
Asked 7 Dec 2017
Crazy hours 13 hour shifts you could do four 13 hour shifts a week
Answered 8 Oct 2019
Hours are chaotic.absolute would drain anyone & made work on your own most evenings..madness
Answered 23 Feb 2019
If you were to leave BoyleSports, what would be the reason?
Asked 6 Aug 2019
An awful terrible hateful place to work. Don't go there.
Answered 14 Aug 2020
Left due to long hours and far too many inexperienced staff. If breaks were taken you would be leaving your inexperienced staff to work on their own and after coming back from break it was more stressful to fix what mess has just been created. Easier not to take any break so you knew what was going on.
Answered 6 Jul 2020
What is the organisational culture at BoyleSports?
Asked 18 Dec 2018
It's a very busy environment and has a lot of regular customers, staff needed to know the customers well.
Answered 3 Mar 2021
Regional manager, usually in charge of 6+ shops, manager in each shop then deputy managers who are in charge on the managers day off
Answered 30 Dec 2018
What interview questions do they ask at BoyleSports?
Asked 8 Apr 2020
Are you a good team player
Answered 8 Apr 2020
Are you a good team player
Answered 8 Apr 2020
What benefits does BoyleSports offer?
Asked 26 May 2019
Experience of working in a bookies
Answered 10 Aug 2020
They don’t have any
Answered 20 Oct 2019