Private health care after a qualifying period, reasonable salary, generous expenses when working at different locations for the company in the UK.
Good holiday and sick pay package, as well as private medical insurance. Terrible maternity pay with just 6 weeks of full pay. For a company where the majority of staff is female, this is unacceptable.
They do not offer a good pension scheme compared to the NHS
Gym, cycle to work, 25 days plus BHs to start, incremental pay increases pending business performance and mandatory training completion
Best: 20% discount for friends and family. Worst: Poor pension, appalling maternity benefits with only 6 weeks at 90% pay before being only statutory pay. Appalling in this day and age and a poor relative of NHS benefits.
Okay but not great ...
Pros flexible schedule Cons difficult to progress in the carrear
benefit package is good which has free private healthcare amongst other savings to be made like going to the cinema for example is 55 percent off
I wasn’t offered it and had to ask a member of management as my colleagues was introduced to the benefits straight away
No benefits, no help and always select particular people everywhere in the company doesn’t help No morale and always employee looking for some other opportunities
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.