Flexible working depends on your managers belief
It is very flexible. Benefits are elected yearly, most of which are salary sacrifice, at many granular levels. All good deals.
Pension contribution, work from home
50% off insurance and free breakdown cover, also 9% pension ontop of salary No cons
Best free break down cover and 50% of insurance
The benefits are generous- and are very wide ranging and flexible to allow you to pick and choose according to your needs and circumstances which is fantastic. (Include discounted insurance (subject to normal approvals) health care, childcare vouchers, buying/selling holiday, retail discounts, a very generous pension package)
The benefits package at Direct Line is extremely good. Non-contributionary pension is extremely competitive and the insurance discounts you are eligible for are excellent.
Best: 30 days annual leave for managers, chance to buy/sell 5 days and 9% pension of which 6% can be cashed into the salary. Worst: Bonus is low for grades lower than "Head of" Worst: bonus is low for grades lower than Head of"
Holiday allowance is generous the 50percent off home and motor insurance is brilliant. The buy two get one free share scheme excellent. Free breakdown and travel insurance. The worst is you get pigeon holed if your to good for the role. Not much opportunity for career progression. Annual pay rises are insulting the bonus might as well not be bothered with as after taxes it's less than half monthly salary. If your thinking of working here make sure your starting salary is one you will be happy with for at least three years as you won't be getting any worthwhile pay rises after you start.
50% off on all insurance products is a good way to start, but the general benefits like bonus and salary is not al all good.
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