Decent considering it's a charity organisation. However, nothing too exceptional.
Worse is the managers, they don't support you at all and best is leaving
British red cross in non profit organisation however, it strives hard to provide all supporting the organisation with the travel and food expenses.
since it just voluntary work there's no benefit except gaining work experience and receiving a certificate after a period of a year
Flexible working, good holidays, ability to buy more holidays. Wellbeing programme.
They offer good benefit package which include holidays, time off, pension, maternity paternity and adoption leaves, childcare voucher, season tickets loan, bike loan, health cash plan
Basic pension scheme, the best thing is the people you work with. There is always a good atmosphere at Red Cross offices.
Flexible working is very good. Little micro managing. Wages are poor but the flexibility helps a little to make this up.
Light package as charity. Most benefits don't cost but are declined by managers. Flexible working, STL, pension (50/50) incease etc
The pension is poor even for the third sector.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.