Holiday Buy and Sell, Free coffee machines, subsidised canteens, Employee benefits package, but the best is the free Homeserve policy. Comes in very handy when you need it.
Health insurance, share options, child care scheme and pension
They don’t tell the truth
Good pension plan and sick pay.
Benefits offered are based on company products, such free insurance on repairs ( but this is currently on hold for new starters) , discount boiler installation, free Tevo ( but installation fee applies) other perks include , holiday buy/swap scheme, some discount on social I/e concert tickets, theatre, but first come first serve basis, perk box discounted shopping scheme, usual company pension schemes, opportunity to buy shares. Also free fruit is offered in offices and some sites have onsite catering.
Private healthcare package is good, however little more is offered.
All employees can enjoy a wide range of benefits, starting with a free policy with the company to cover practically all emergencies in you home including plumbing, electrical, gas, boiler, etc. Another great perk is the scheme that offers you discounts/cash back from a wide range of retailers including everything that you could think of.
There are no benefits to working with Homeserve. There is a system where you nominate colleagues for awards however they NEVER get approved.
Standard flexible benefits. £500 bonus each year. Option to carry over or buy holiday. The more junior you are the less benefits you get
Company is great at providing flexibility especially as I have children However certain benefits aren't always apparent unless you read the intranet
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