Although there is always something going on at Worldpay (annual parties, selling to raise for charity) this is all a mask for the true Worldpay management structure.
If you want a role where they speak about support, but clearly don't deliver on their promises and celebrate mediocrity then this is the place for you, they lure you in with promises of decent working hours and resources, and then in reality that is not how it goes, and then once in a while they leave a small gift (sweets, notepads and pens) on your desk in an attempt to make you feel valued, the managers have a system where you can I'm them to gain help while on a call, and within seconds 2/3rds of them have closed the message down, and one of the remaining will respond in about an hour (when the call has ended).
the managers can't handle the pressure and threaten with physical threats of violence, and is brushed under the carpet if you dare to speak up against them, as it makes the operation managers appear stupid for employing such a person.
if you do apply then i wish you all the best of luck in such a primitive and blatantly chicken coop company
free pens and sweets, good facilities
poor management, poor training, poor attitudes