Access to Perks website, which offers generic discounts to various places. Annual leave reasonable at 25 days a year (plus B/Hols). Maternity leave is as Statutory (no extras). Pension plan in place, but this is as government initiative minimum. Training has been had for professional development.
The company has a pension scheme, which every company should have due to law changes. The company also has a employee reward scheme, where employees can get discounts from different retailers.
Awful benefits package, nothing at all basically
It's a small benefits package and the managers get a different package. It doesn't include a bonus or anything like that. You can upgrade the pension but it's not very good. Things like sick pay and maternity leave are statutory.
benefits were not given as advertised - that is the worst thing. best thing? cant think of any.
best , you get company perks including money off at theme parks this also able to use NHS discount worst thing is that is it no other benefits and no pay increases even for long standing employees
We are not given any benefits at all
Good things - NHS discounts in many places, however the discount website which Care UK employees have access to was changed a few months ago, meaning not so great discounts on things such as cinema tickets. The incentives for overtime at times such as Christmas and Easter used to be great, with x2 pay but this has changed so employees sacrifice their whole holiday to get premium rates.
25 days a year holidays for all new starters - plus bank holidays
At care uk, there isnt a benefit package, you get paid an hourly rate for the work you do, no more and no less.