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IRESS provides great benefits at all levels to all staff. Support from the company during Covid has been phenomenal
Average benefits in terms of the pension scheme (Iress contribute 3% and the employee a minimum of 5%) and holiday allowance (25 days plus bank holidays) but good private medical and health cash plan which subsidises the cost of various things such as dental, opticians, physio etc. Good benefits for parents - extended leave for those with kids starting school and childcare vouchers. There's also a SIPP scheme which is a nice addition.
Good holiday allowance, private health, pension and life insurance and the option of a share scheme. 3 days Leave to use for charity initiatives I feel is a great benefit. Also during this time they have applied new benefits to help employees handle the COVID-19 situation.
Flexible working, free fruit , table tennis table, nice office, showers, pension, share save.
Good holiday allowance, private health, pension and life insurance. Share scheme is good value for money.
Best thing - private healthcare, shares, great holiday leave, volunteer/community days. Nothing bad about it at all.
Iress have many benefits, profit share, share scheme, healthcare, and even an extra 8 days holiday when your child starts school
I can claim back prescriptions, eye tests glasses etc, so defiantly the health insurance.
Iress allow you to take up to an additional 8.5 days holiday the year that your child starts school to help them with the transition!
Good - private health care, free fruit and free great coffee . Worst - only 5% pension contribution, no family cover for PMI, no season ticket loan scheme.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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