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‘Hays allow for people to take sick leave withouth feeling pressured by the lack of earnings with a reasonable threshold’
‘It's supply teaching contract work so you come and go as you please. There is a company holiday pay scheme to spread your pay through non working school holiday periods.’
‘No one uses it. Stop trying to sell it as a benefit. ’
The share-save scheme is excellent. I've saved a good amount of money over the years through it. It doesn't always yield a profit as is share price dependant but stops me spending it regardless!
The best thing about the benefits package is it is totally transparent across the business and rewards directly the effort and capability of the workers
Training is very good amongst industry
was okay with everything overall
Every year all employees get the choice of what to add to their benefits package, the options range from dental insurance to retail vouchers to buying more holiday entitlement. There is definitely something for everyone!
decent commission, cycle to work scheme
The best thing about benefits with Hays is
They offered us the usual amount of annual leave, plus bank holidays, but there was very little in the way of bonuses or pay rises.
Stupid “buy your own bike” initiatives which when you walk to work is a pointless benefit that I don’t believe anyone really takes up. Working in the educational sector, I was not allowed to take holiday (EVEN ONE DAY) during term time, as it may affect my business and fee profitability. HAYS operate on a live to work prophecy, whereas I wanted to employ a much more healthy life to work balance.
Subsidised entertainment packages, health and fitness days, Friday drinks and lots of social events for the whole company.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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