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‘Sick pay available after probation. Bad thing is it's not before this time and is taken out of your salary.’
‘the best thing is that it comes out of your pa each month and that they do onsite road shows for those who don't have the time to go to the distributor.’
Best thing is they’re all great there are no worst thing it’s an amazing place to work I reccomend it!
They have a book lover scheme!
Incentives - earnt by minimal upselling of services but not difficult to earn at all. Tops your salary up by roughly £200 a month. Free gym pass Buy a book scheme Free fruit in all offices Share scheme - cash out after 3 years or tax free after 5 years Salary leaves a lot to be desired - especially when promoted as if you are no longer on the phones taking calls you don’t earn incentives - most seniors take pay cuts when promoted from handler to senior however are allocated more shares
Loads of company discounts and benefits. Attendance bonuses and shares cashable after 3 years. Dental plan, pet insurance, gym free access, massages etc.
The best thing is the work environment, you can progress, hours are manageable, prospects are good, all and all a good place
Good perks, they always try to make your work life more social. Outbound participated in a kind of employee of the month at the end of the month. Cake Wednesday's every week with a quiz or activity to break up the working day.
share scheme, incentives when doing a good job
The share scheme. Each employee owns a part of the business. It's a great incentive to do a good job.
you are made to feel welcome - full training is provided - the management are great - they give great benefits and access to social events.
Gym membership is first come first served on the day. Discount in retail stores. discounted parking, bike to work scheme, no interest train fair bus fair loans.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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