"I saw a review while interviewing for this company that always stuck with me, and I wished I would have listened to it. The company seems great at first, good pay, nice co-workers, and nice updated equipment. However there's a very strong "boys club" atmosphere at Scientific Games, and if you're not part of the "club", well good luck to you! I started out in the club and as I grew more and more outspoken I noticed attitudes towards me were changing. Out of nowhere I started getting written up for trivial things such as being ONE MINUTE LATE to a salaried position, as well as a few other things that I was singled out on. This company, my supervisor and HR rep ruined my life for 6-9 months. It affected my mental and physical help, which was made fun of by my supervisor on several occasions and nothing was done to stop it."
"A seemingly good company from the outside, but things changed very quickly once I was hired. They preach the “family” mentality, however, there’s way too much favoritism within the company. Some people want to see young, talented team members grow, but there are still way too many older males in leadership positions with “boys club” thinking. Depending on the role you’re in, it’s difficult to be a young and talented female."
"My experience with SG was, for the most part, favorable. The main drawback of the group I was in was the outdated technology (Windows 7 and Visual Studio 2005) while doing maintenance work. There was a lack of documentation and requirements were sketchy. There were long periods with little to do and deadlines suddenly coming up. There was very little automated or regression testing."
"Good work-life balance. My division is a very start-up style (lots of learning and innovation) which I've enjoyed."
"I have been working in scientific games since 2010. Scientific games having around 10000 employees across globe"
"solid place to work, I'd recommend working here in the future once the COVID19 situation ends and we are able to get back to life as normal."
"I've worked at SG for less than a year in Game Dev as an engineer intern. SG is one of the most competitive slots companies in the industry, maybe only behind Aristocrat. The culture is mostly great. Lots of long-timers who are happy to be here every day. Pay and benefits for full-timers are good."
"I am working in Scientific Games from Sep 2009. It provides gambling products and services to lottery and gambling organizations across the globe. The publicly traded company is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. Its products include computerized and mechanical slot machines, table games, iGaming and iLottery products, instant lottery games, lottery gaming systems, terminals and services, internet applications, server-based interactive gambling terminals, gambling control systems, social gaming, and sports betting. The company employs about 8,600 people globally and owns several notable subsidiaries including Bally Technologies and WMS Industries, as well as operating the UK sports-betting platform OpenBet."
"Scientific games is a company that is attempting to turn itself around. New hires are doing a good job in bringing fresh ideas to the company."
"NOTHING MUCH to explain about the company"
"SG is a great company with a lot of opportunity. Because of the amazing growth rate, management is sometimes slow to react to market conditions, but overall there is little competition and a huge marketplace to continue to grow. That being said, their recent refocusing on cost cutting seems to be driven by the stock price and little else. This is almost always a bad sign and I hope that SG will somehow move past this phase and continue to focus on their most important assets, which is their employees."
"Really great company this exciting projects and lots of opportunities for advancement."
"I've worked at Scientific Games since 2016."
"I've worked at SG for over 13 years. It's a great place to get experience. C-level management has always been and still is completely out of touch with the workforce. VP's and below are good, loyal people who are just trying to make a difference."
"Company is good, but they don't have upcoming work in Java J2ee. This is a gaming industry. But here they are very high on politics. The Blame Game is very high with them."
Scientific Games has an overall rating of 3.9 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 20 Scientific Games Review Ratings left anonymously by Scientific Games employees, which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 95% of employees would recommend working at Scientific Games.
Scientific Games employees earn $50,000 annually on average, or $24 per hour, which is 24% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 16 Scientific Games employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find Scientific Games Salaries by Job Title.
95% of employees would recommend working at Scientific Games with the overall rating of 3.9 out of 5. Employees also rated Scientific Games 3.8 out of 5 for Company Culture, 4.1 for Rewards You Receive, 3.5 for Growth Opportunities and 3.7 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at Scientific Games is a Consultant at $152,000 annually. Browse Scientific Games Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at Scientific Games is a Customer Support Representative at $18,000 annually. Browse Scientific Games Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at Scientific Games to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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