We offer industry leading salaries and an uncapped commission scheme for our sales teams. In addition to this all employees benefit from:
Current and former employees report that Audley Travel provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘The maternity package has recently been enhanced considerably. 3 months full pay is now on offer. 2 weeks full Paternity is also now available. ’
‘supportive and definitely on the generous side with regards pay’
During normal times, i.e. pre-covid - excellent social scene with big parties, free fruit & juices, subsidised tuck shop, onsite gym, healthcare scheme, cycle-to-work scheme, homeworking etc
Private health insurance, flexible working, good annual leave allowance (Birthday day off!)
Great healthcare, FAM trips and great social events
it's a great company to work for and i have all the benefits i would expect to have. I dont know them all and probally dont take full use of it. but by all accounts it is good.
Company perks and they have facilities to
There's not many travel companies that offer you the benefits package Audley does. It's constantly reviewed, to keep up to date with what staff want too. The newest addition is Healthshield, which enables you awesome access to a range of support related to lifestyle, health, medical and legal type matters.
Extended holiday time to 32 days which is great plus great healthcare program. Flexible working is a shambles and needs to be sorted out- this links directly into the IT program
The best thing is that everyone gets a FAM trip, the worst is that once you have joined the company that is your salary for at least three years. If you're junior that might be very low. If you enjoy your niche it's hard to move around, the only way I have seen promotions or progressions is by someone leaving or applying for a different role entirely.
Audley Travel response
Thank you for your recent review on our company benefits. It’s fantastic to hear that you appreciate and enjoy the familiarisation trips that are offered to all employees at Audley, we too believe that these provide a great opportunity for all staff, including those in non-sales roles, to experience a trip through our clients eyes. I am however disappointed to hear your thoughts on the pay and progression side of things at Audley. We conduct annual pay reviews for all staff, including those in sales, management and non-sales roles. These reviews are based on a performance as well as other market factors e.g. inflation, to ensure you are receiving a fair pay for the role you are in. Therefore, nobody would remain on the same salary for three years at Audley. We are a growing company, so opportunities to move or progress will continue to be available in order to support our growth. We are actively reviewing our performance review process currently as well and hope this will bring more clarity to you in terms of ways to progress and move within the business. I would also actively encourage you to be open and honest with your manager, discussing your ambitions and offering ideas of how you would like to progress and widen your knowledge and experience at Audley.
The holiday allowance has recently increased and is generous - 25 days a year as standard plus birthday and this increases the longer you work for the company.
The effort that is put into socials and helping staff get to know each other is extreme, and really pays off. A lot of this is down to the social committee and social funding, but great managers also aid this by being flexible and friendly.