Employees who worked in London got a higher on site bonus, which was brought in whilst I was there. Made living in London a more comfortable with a salary that matches the extortionate cost of living.
non-existent, training isnt even paid for
No benefits. Flexible working depends on which client site you are at.
nothing s the best or worst thing about the benefits package at FDM Group?*
No benefits and only 20 days leave a year
You are able to by share's at a discount, but they offer the minimum pension contribution and annual leave. Considering the benefit packages that are offered by the clients you will be placed at, you'd expect the package to be better.
Not much holiday, but a range of companies to go from
You get pension, an end of year party, peer recognition schemes
Nothing ..annual leave is pro-rata and the pay is low
Few to no benefits, unsatisfactory consultant support, pension sneakily on base salary and not on bonus (and minimum rate), no insurance policies. Annual leave starts at 20 days and increases by 1 day for every year of service. Sick pay provided once passed probation period.
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