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‘Depending on how you work annual leave can be a benefit. Unfortunately because they don't always offer sick leave, people take annual leave to book appointments or treatments. ’
‘They take roughly 5% of pay and put it into a pension. However I've never received any pension statements since being with G4s. ’
Comprehensive benefits package including home working where possible.
the benefits package does not exist within the company, apart from company pension which is mandatory, cant say anymore than that
Full pay for work related sick issues. Occupational health fantastic
A lot of people are very friendly and makes for an easy shift. Management, not always got the beet approach when it comes to staff members. Also, you can apply for annual leave but most staff won’t tell you this on joining. Some sites offer lunch whereas most don’t
You don't really receive sick pay or health coverage. Annual leave is a perk if you work 4 on 4 off. No bonuses or employee incentives.
Being advised on interview 28 days holiday then having it reduced to 19.6 because its a way of the company saving money.
No benefits other than the normal coorporate discounts. No time and a half for overtime. No allowance for out of hours shift work. Standard pension.
Amazing learning and development opportunities
good benefits depending on the position, they are quite generous with the employees
give you as little as possible to save as much as they can as they are a cheap company and only care about themselves. you are a number in coat and get what they feel is enough
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