Store and Online discount is the best part as a part-time employee. The discount can also be extended to local businesses as well. Full-timers are more able to make the most out of all the benefits.
Pay and a half on sundays. Training and development opportunities, some compulsory to begin and then opportunities to take more later on throughout employment.
Good bonus scheme. company profits are shared amongst all partners at the end of the financial year. Excellent discount in both Waitrose and John Lewis stores.
I was a contractor so I didn’t receive any benefits. Full time I understand you received decent benefits, 25pc off products including price match, leisure learning allowance, good maternity pay
I worked in the Place to Eat. Received free hot lunches on shifts and free hot drink/cake on shorter shifts. Plus the end of year bonus was a great addition.
It’s good I loved it
The benefits package offered by John Lewis has reduced over the years and I believe this year there may be no bonus for staff after a poor Christmas period. Discount in store only begins after your 3 month probation is completed.
There are lots of benefits available to employees such as discounts for other companies as well as lifestyle benefits like the leisure learning subsidy, which is a 50% subsidy for courses employees undertake in their free time, which don't have to be related to the job in any way. This can be quite difficult and tedious to access, however.
Loads of great benefits and discounts
Must complete a 90 day earning membership to gain the benefits that are given. As a temporary staff you will not get any of these.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.