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‘Sick pay is a good benefit but some people abuse this.’
‘Great work and life balance which is fantastic ’
‘If you got child can save vouchers’
Great benefits - online shopping discounts.
They are all designed to support our People
excellent benefits, salary package are high usually
Great pension scheme, discounts and savings on hundreds of stores.
Pension contribution, and peopleserve platform helps staff save money on purchases from a wide range of other businesses and services
Good Pension Scheme, Free Employee Policy, other benefits depending on position
We can buy and sell holidays, we receive 2 days for volunteering , child care vouchers, we can buy things at a cheaper price
Pretty basic if you’re in the low pay grade banding, you get the usual such as buy and sell holiday, basic holiday entitlement which increases with service, employee discounts across many brands, annual bonus depending on if targets have been hit but it’s only a few hundred pounds and is pro rated based on your part time hours plus a few more basic entitlements such as eye care vouchers to name one. The better your pay grade the better the benefits
The salary was good and the benefits too. There were limited other benefits that were of use such as company discounts, staff canteen, phi etc, but these may have changed since then.
Benefits include - individual private healthcare, car (or travel) allowance, matched pension (6%) and homeserve cover for your home (covers repairs and home emergencies).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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