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).
Bonus is mainly on HomeServe performance against a plan rather than individual performance in year. We do not have a good share save scheme.
There are not much company perks apart from being in a pension plan and the company offer company shares. The company work in partnership with some charities but we have little involvement in participating as they mostly want us on the phone at all times
I was unaware of a lot of the benefits when I worked there
Great holiday days and really strong company canteen. Really positive vibes in and around the office
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
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