Some of the many benefits we offer our employees include:
Uncapped earnings through our commission and bonus schemes (sales positions)
Incredible incentives; from all-expenses paid bucket-list holidays and free flights, to iPads and Love2Shop Vouchers , there’s the chance to win great prizes every single month
The opportunity to travel the world, thanks to our incredible worldwide familiarisation trips which are designed to enhance your product knowledge
A Personal Development Plan and continued training and development. Tell us your career-goals and we’ll work together to help you achieve them
Generous staff discounts for your own holidays plus discounts available for family and friends
Up to 34 days of annual leave (well, you need time to enjoy those amazing holiday discounts, don’t you?)
Personal life assurance policy
The opportunity to take Paid Overtime
A hugely varied company benefits scheme which includes amazing discounts with high street retailers and access to child-care vouchers
The chance to attend some unique industry and teambuilding events throughout the year PLUS each year we host a company awards party to celebrate our fantastic teams and raise a glass (or two) to the coming year
Charity is a huge part of life at Barrhead Travel and so all employees get one paid day per year to dedicate to voluntary work for a charity of their choice
StarStarStarStarStar Former Employee in Glasgow, Scotland
Great benefits, not outstanding, but good, only thing keeping some staff from leaving
22 Feb 2019
StarStarStarStarStar Current Employee in Barrhead, Scotland
they offer the bare minimum
22 Dec 2017
StarStarStarStarStar Former Digital Marketing Manager in Glasgow, Scotland
There is no benefits package, they dont have the intelligence or the desire to help staff.
11 Aug 2017
StarStarStarStarStar Former Travel Agent in Glasgow, Scotland
The discount and nett costs That's it They take errors for everything ! Keep a percentage of your commission and targets are ridiculous
08 Aug 2017
StarStarStarStarStar Former Sales Consultant in Glasgow, Scotland
If you were liked by management you got educational trips. Other benefits - none whatsoever. You couldn't even leave 2 mins before your time without the CEO creating a huge fuss (even if you were at your desk early). The Directors get lots of nice perks mind you!
22 Aug 2016
StarStarStarStarStar Former Travel Sales Consultant in Edinburgh, Scotland
There really wasn't any. The usual discounts with holidays you get anywhere else. Getting things for net price but even then it was sometimes cheaper elsewhere...
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.