Flexible working and WFH, really amazing benefits package with discounts in shops, restaurants, and gym. Paid sick days should be higher than the minimum allowance.
Good benefits if you hit the targets - They value flexible working and overall employee benefits. Culture can be quite cut-throat if you are not hitting targets.
Best - bill £200k as a perm consultant and get paid £80k minimum. Once you exceed £200k, you will earn a lot of money. Worst - there's very little else on offer. Auto-enrollment pension. Fall short of £200k per year and you better hope you negotiated a decent basic salary
The benefits are below average for the recruitment industry. They said I'd be able to work remotely but in reality this isn't something that's offered to everyone.
Good basic and commission structure great flexibility and D&I program
The opportunity to genuinely control your own earnings! The commission scheme here is the best I have ever seen in recruitment and rewards consistency as much as high performance months. We are all, in effect, earning the same when you hit a certain threshold of billings. Which is amazing for motivation!
Every 3 months there is a holiday incentive to a lively destination with all expenses paid.
There are generally a lot of benefits added into your standard employment package but on top of that, there are internal benefits like company trips, high achievers incentives, annual & Christmas parties, company outings, after-work activities and gym memberships etc.. The only negative would be there could be some flexibility to work from home when you're at a lower level.
Vitality health insurance, high achievers trips, quarterly nights out etc
Good commission structure for those who bill well.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.