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‘company sick pay not statutory’
‘I have not personally used the cycle to work scheme, but from what I have read this is a good scheme which if looking in the sales with the pre-income tax purchase can create a huge saving off bike, clothing and equipment.’
‘Flexi working was the best pay of the job no eyes watching over you.’
Good contributory pension, good menu of opt-in benefits but all cost through salary deductions
Compare to other competitors the benefits received are not attractive as others. Also depends on your positions i.e. if you are people manager / director above there are more benefits such as bonus and incentives. But not for the bottom employee which in lower band that work hard on daily jobs.
Generic benefits to all staff are ok, however senior management are given company cars and encouraged to use them over carbon/cost friendly alternatives. Pay for staff varies wildly, with some graduates earning more than IEng Civil Engineers, and some IEng earning more than CEng. Complete mess.
Quite a generous benefits package, flexible benefits, childcare vouchers, contributory pension,
Contractual benefits are average, but they try to bump this up with the flexible benefit packages available to employees at a cost which are not true benefits.
There is a good opportunity to take part in the Ferrovial share scheme.
Amey car choices gives you an option to lease a car through the slary sacrifice scheme
Long variety of shops where get discounts and cash back
The salary is good, and the pension scheme has good employer contributions
No private health insurance. Life insurance up to 4 times your salary.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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