Showing 1–10 of 37 comments
‘Sick pay is paid for length of time and good process and management of getting employees back to work following illhealth including phased returns, providing specialist equipment etc. ’
‘Very open to discussions and allowing flexible working including working from home, working different times/hours. It is actively encouraged to discuss potential personal obstacles and where flexible working could help. ’
‘Matches upto 7.5% of salary’
The Work/Life balance is great
Absolutely no perks, no sick pay, basic statutory maternity pay.
Flexible working is great, as are half day fridays. Overtime can be used as flex or put towards extra holiday days
Employee benefits easy to access and view through the dedicated website. Very good for flexible working hours and working from home. Could be better with gym membership and savings schemes.
Best , flexible working from home arrangements. Worst, non competitive salary .
very competitive salary but job can become slow at times
Cycle to work scheme and share purchase options
flexible working is the best
Lots on offer, some of the options aren't always saving you money so it's worth doing research before buying benefit through Babcock
Nothing only possible higher up
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