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‘Minimal given and when requesting leave, you are questioned unnecessarily ’
Benefits package overall is very good
Virtually non-existent. You get some discounts, but have to pay towards membership. Also, holiday allowances are terrible and you have to book bank holidays off (they won't tell you that during the interview)
Pretty average for the industry.
Non-existent. There were no benefits at all
Good starting salary and commission of 0.5 to 20% of billings per month with threshold of £6500 deducted from the billings.
For standard employees: discounted Cineworld tickets, car share scheme, cycle to work scheme, free eye test, discount at
They offer new company cars to principle consultants who bill over £20,000 per month. They require you to work long hours implicitly and also work in your own free time to insure you achieve KPI's. The wages are not great at all. Taking holiday affects your business in ID Medical, as no one takes over whilst you are not there.
more sales incentives are needed
The main benefit is, that if you dont get along with your family at home, working at ID Medical will offer you a solution in that you will always be at work and really start to use your home as a hotel. I guess they do pay you on time at the end of the month......whether its the right amount is a different story. You do actually meet some good people while working there, its a shame that more often than not, they dont stay there for too long.
Awful - Get told you are salaried, but you get pay deducted if you are sick, unless you want to use your minimal holiday allowance.
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