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‘Is the usual bike to work scheme.’
Get ok pension plan and insurance. No health.
minimal benefits, with statutory maternity leave
No benefits no bonuses and very underpaid
Intertek has a basic level of benefits for employees
You get paid and holiday pay, don't expect more
25 days holidays, half the price of the bike taken in charge by the employer, flexitime that allows for good work/personal life balance
Flexible working hours are good, but otherwise no real benefits. No notable pay raises, or other perks apart from the legal minimum.
lack of opportunities for growth discounts on some retailers
standard perk like pension is there, no private healthcare, share scheme or gym membership.
Basic salary was (after threatening to leave !) very good and commensurate with industry standard. Bonus was very good and although stretch targets to achieve, well worth having when it was paid. For a company of the status of Intertek the pension was laughable (Aviva money purchase scheme - minimum mandatory possible) and maximum company contribution was very low - very poor incentive for long term loyalty. Private health was expensive and better off the shelf deals could be brought privately which was again disappointing, given the buying power of a FTSE100 company. DIS was as expected. Company cars offered pitiful choice and management company would cheap out on service and tyres at any opportunity. Salary and expenses paid regularly and on time (salary) Expenses system very clunky but ultimately worked well Annual leave was minimum UK standard and no long service based increase Although Bike 2 Work scheme offered, no other extra curricular commitment which was very poor given FTSE100 status, Understandable however given the fact that the company was a collection of acquisitions so HQ function and group procedures were basic and inadequate to the size of the operations below them
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