They provide £200 in the employee learning scheme, which you can use on many courses. I am using it for advanced driving, which involves driving sports fast.
Ford and JLR Privilege discounts on new cars, Employee Learning Scheme, Pension, good Maternity Leave and flexible working arrangements possible
Employee discounts and good job training. Flexible working time.
Lots of offers available to employees, including discounts at some high street and online retailers.
Great maternity cover, annual leaves and sick leaves No car allowance. Company car just from manager and above
flexibility for taking your days off and good pension sheme
Salary is high for region, bonus in summer based on performance are best things. Such wide salary bands are the worst - so much disparity between people in the same roles and sometimes you are less senior employees on more money than their manager which is bizarre.
holidays , pension , child care , car scheme , work phone etc
Prvilege scheme for discounted vehicle purchase
Best: The bonus is welcome (3-8% of annual salary), depending on performance of the company, individual, and position. Holiday bonus (£410) is paid in addition every Summer up to a certain grade (C), and more senior colleagues don't get it. Working from home every now and then helps. Access to company pool cars if necessary to travel for business, which is fun. Worst: Currently no way to take unpaid extended leave, and there is no monetary incentive to produce remarkable results (bonus) except future promotions. Could be more creative with combining the vast number of pool cars with rewards, and more appealing food subsidies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.