20% discount after passing probation
Poor pay, poor advancement. No real benefits other than a small discount on items, but only for your own house, parents house etc is not allowed and have seen people sacked buying a tin of paint for a parent with their discount card.
Main perk is 20% off purchases. There are literally hundreds more options and offers open to B&Q employees
Best is the pension contribution, worst is the removal of all bonus potential from most roles
The pay. I was underpaid, according to documentation available on the company internal website. When queried, I was told this was London Waiting Time. There was no where on the document which suggested this, and there was a salary banding for my role, which I didn't even meet the minimum for, nor did other employees on my team. Two years later, the business agreed we were underpaid, and agreed to bring our salary up to the minimum wage in the banding, but no offer of back pay nor consideration of length of service, which should, in effect, have meant by this time we would be on more money due to annual increases upon review. This in my eyes was immoral and a form of unfair treatment.
you get a 20% store discount after your 3 month induction period. reasonable holidays. Pay is very basic (i.e. minimum wage , basically).
5 weeks holidays minimum, decent salary, health perks regarding dentists, opticians etc. Share save scheme, 20% employee discount on top of offers.
good company to work for
Flexible benefits to suit you - 20% off for everyone plus optional health insurance, cheaper cinema and attraction tickets.
20% staff discount and store team bonus paid monthly if targets are met. Time and a half pay for bank holidays.
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