pension, share save scheme, annual bonus if the business hits its plan, company sick pay and other money off benefits
We all have some amazing benefits but having HomeServe look after me and my home is amazing. They take care of us so we take care of the business
Cover 8 which is normally expensive, free but with a weird excess. For Preston that was pretty much the extent of the benefits. Other sites, gym passes, don't work Christmas. Has work from home, if you can somehow blag that. Neigh on impossible outside of management to be able to do that. Company car where necessary
Some good perks in offices such as free fruit, tea and coffee. Benefits depend on job grade/banding. No sick leave in year 1.
Great rewards with discounts
The Peopleserve Benefits page is really good, discounts at most UK retailers.
Pension scheme, Holidays, NVQ level 3/5 training courses
The benefit of having the most comprehensive policy cover that the company provides (with the only cost a relatively small excess payment on each claim) really provides piece of mind and is really appreciated when you have a call to use it (such as a blocked toilet!). Having access to a discount portal to use with a wide range of retailers and service providers is also a great benefit (from discounted cinema tickets and discounted electrical goods). It's easy to take for granted a lot of the other benefits too, such as free car parking, on site canteen (chargeable), and the fact that statuary benefits like pension plans, sick pay and maternity / paternity / adoption leave are all well above the absolute statuary requirements.
Free homeserve breakdown multi policy
We have a comprehensive set of benefits at the company
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