Cons: I can't fault them Pros: good work life bakance, parental leave, child voucher, leave after 5 years, flexi time, professional developpement, good mabagement
option of defined benefit or defined contribution; not much in it as defined benefit is linked to the increasing State Pension Age
Very low salary. Work is less but salary should at least be more for employees to sustain. Other benefits are not available. Need to be increased.
Flexible working was a massive bonus.
Flexible hours and work schedule i.e. working from home.
Great for time off for family emergency, sickness, etc. At EO level a lot of independent working freedom is allowed. Hard work and going the extra mile is rewarded and there is more promotion opps than before. use of official car available for visits is generally required
company pension scheme. Flexi allows good work life balance
So the holidays are really good, 28 days plus you have bank holidays on top of that and you can take up to three days in Flexi-build
There is a wide package of discounts on high street goods and services including a good cycle to work scheme. The sick pay offering is strong and flexible working is increasing.
Depending on your contract full flex is available.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.