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‘Balfour Beatty pay their staffs sick benefits, up until a certain period before such is halved. But reasonably, they pay their staff sick benefits ’
‘Balfour beatty provide bike to work schemes to their employees. in fact, this is encouraged’
25 days holiday, option to buy more holiday, bonus dependent on company performance, regular pay review, company car scheme or cash allowance. Flexible benefits scheme also exists
Decent benefits however could be better
The best thing about Balfour Beatty is the people. The work life is very enjoyable and low in stress. The company is well resourced and nobody there is over worked. The worst thing is the industry that the company is in, management of construction contracts. The work is boring and not at all interesting.
Good pension and transport allowance for business cars
Company car, health care, buy extra holidays, standard holidays,
The standard package of benefits are as expected of a company of Balfour Beatty's standard. Pension, health insurance etc. Very good but not exceptional. Understandably, the real perks of summer balls, sailing and ski trips faded with the recession.
good work home balance and benefits uncertainty with regards to long term contracts and work loads sometimes
Pros: holidays are decent and pension is alright. You can get flexible benefits which you pay for through salary deduction. Cons: if you work in employee services you get very little other benefits. Family friendly leave (paternity, maternity) is behind the times.
Standard corporate benefits. Nothing is a "perk" though, any positives are deductibles.
Originally started with 26 day leave which goes up with service to 30 days after 10 years. The company is now taking that back and reducing new starts, or those promoted back to a basic 25 day leave with no increase.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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