Enterprise values the hard work of its employees, and strives to support and recognise the contribution they make. So, careers at Enterprise come with an extensive benefits package, from shopping discounts, to private medical and dental care plans, to a retirement savings plan, life assurance and long-term disability cover. The company also strives for the best possible work-life balance, so employees benefit from maternity, paternity and adoption leave, as well as a variety of flexible working options.
25 days holiday raises to 30 once you serve 5 years. Company committed to keeping hours below 48. Flex offered to hourly paid staff to make up for anything over that. Dental plan option. Decent pension. Private healthcare once you are promoted to assistant manager. Good company car scheme from branch manager upwards
Poor pension contributions compared to competitors
For the first 2 years, you will be rewarded very little. You may get to go for a single day out for making the company £3000+ unethically selling 'insurance', but that's about it.
Benefits are exceptional at all levels and roles. If you are employed on a permanent contract, the benefits will apply. Work Place Pension with good contributions, health cash plan/ health shield and an EAP.
Worst place I've worked.
Discount on rentals for staff.
Holiday Days flexible with experience
The overall Benefits are great
Benefits are shocking. They advertise that the role comes with loads of benefits, it does not
no sick pay for the job you do, unreal
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