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‘Good sick pay in line with government policy’
‘Good for working families. Core hours 10-3 but can come in as early as 7am or late as 8pm as long as you work your hours. Applies to many positions which do not involve shift patterns.’
‘Working from home is easily available and the necessary IT kit provided’
Flexible working and good office environemnt
Flexible working arrangements & career average salary pension scheme
skilled roles get paid less than generic middle managment
Salary being devalued but rest of package flexible
Not many financial benefits, however the work life balance is great. Many days of annual leave, good but not great maternity package.
There isn't one! For Environment Officer you start on Grade 2 salary (£20,000) and after time limit of 18 months and passing an assessment your pay goes to £27,500 which is Grade 4. There is no progression after this and there are no benefits you get. However you do get a free which is always the latest model i.e. 19 plate now which is a Benefit in Kind so you get taxed (on average) an extra £100 a month to cover this.
Flexible working and enhanced leave depending on number of years worked
They offer very flexible working for employers and there are a range of likeminded employees working there too
BEST: Flexi-time and flexible working, 18 weeks full pay maternity/adoption leave, 27 days holiday rising to 30 with service (for grade 5 roles and above), working from home, most roles advertised are internal only so you get many opportunities to progress your career.
Best thing is flexible working.
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