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‘- Sick pay only when approved.’
‘Discount is ok you have 50% discount and while You work your food allowance is 6 sponda a day+ as many coffees as you want + 2 pounds if you work 6 to 8 a.m.’
sick pay, holidays, time off
holidays, sick pay, time off
Best: employee discounts, free lunch and flexible career progression but you need to prove to management team of your abilities, holiday days - the more you work, the more you get paid holidays. Worst: the lack of benefits other than the ones above ^
You can spend 6 pounds during your half hour break, but the daily break is unpaid When you are not working you have 50%discount
There is no benefits package per se. You get the basic benefit which all major companies provide. Better opportunities for senior roles.
Not really a lot of benefits. Sick days not payed and maternity leave that decreased month by month
Best 50% discount for all staff Being used too much (over hours for free) Company has to keep labour limit no matter what
- Free staff meals, and employee discount.
The best benefits whilst working at EAT is that you got to take the stock home which was leftover at the end of the day, they provided you with lunch worth up to £5, you got unlimited free hot drinks and outside of work if you went to EAT you got 50% discount and free hot drinks.
£6 lunch allowance, half hour unpaid break. 4 weeks leave per year which does not roll over. No overtime. Mystery shopper bonus scheme based on team performance - if one person is unmotivated all lose.
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