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‘Regular sick pay is the same as you're regular wage. Can be interrogated by HR if you're off more than 3 times in a year, and you always have to have a return to work interview if you are sick, even for a day’
‘You are covered and looked after well here’
Flexible hours, good pension scheme
You choose from a large selection of benefits
Flexitime and employee benfits are the best benfits offered here with the 9/75 week making work life balance good overall
Benefits are good, you can work a 9/75 week so you work the extra hours across 2 weeks to get the Friday off at the end of the fortnight.
Good pension scheme Bupa cover isn't very comprehensive You have to pay to get a lot of the benefits, such as dental. It's a reduced amount but still something.
Private health insurance and pension contributions
9 day fortnight work pattern (every other Friday off) Leave can be taking in hours instead or days or half days.
Pension contributions from the company are good
Average salary scales. Good vacation entitlement. Generous pension contributions. Variety of additional benefits to choose from. Flexible working and flexible-time is non existent which is poor in today's workplace, makes work/life balance extremely difficult. Poor HR policies.
The worst thing is the lack of any bonus scheme performance related or otherwise. There are hidden retention schemes but these are applied to a very few individuals. The flexible benefits allowance is not large, enough to cover the employee only, not dependants without paying extra, but has trended to improvement over the last 5 years which is surely better than being cut.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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