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Massive Walkout At William Hill Casino

Discussion in 'CASINO NEWS' started by Mben, Oct 19, 2011.

  1. Mben

    Mben No Deposit Forum Admin Staff Member

    It is reported that almost 200 employees walked out of William Hill on Sunday (a working day for them) and only 20 returned to work on Monday. William Hill is a UK based company with their customer service and marketing departments based out of Tel Aviv. Employees fear that the company is moving those operations to Malta. An employee stated that the company has been great for the last 2 years with them taking on the attitude of hating Ladbrokes but things have started to go downlhill as of late. Here is a statement from William Hill ... Following newspaper reports today, William Hill plc can confirm that Eyal Sanoff, Chief Marketing Officer of William Hill Online's marketing team in Tel Aviv, resigned on 27 September.Several other senior managers in Tel Aviv are now subject to disciplinary actions in relation to the disruption this week within the marketing business in Tel Aviv, and in the customer service and back office operations in Manila and Bulgaria.Senior William Hill Online management are currently on the ground in Tel Aviv working through these issues, although it should be noted that the office in Tel Aviv will be closed from tomorrow (Wednesday) through to early next week, as normal, through the Jewish holiday period.The vast majority of employees of the marketing team in Tel Aviv have good working relationships with the business and with colleagues across William Hill Online. William Hill Online is committed to its sales and marketing operation in Tel Aviv and contrary to media reports has no intention of relocating this operation.William Hill Online can confirm that this situation is not directly affecting the availability of any consumer facing websites at present within the Group. There will be a further update as necessary. This year, William Hill is looking at making more than £100 million in profits. It is anyone's guess if this walkout will affect their bottom line. 

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