Through our My Benefits programme employees have a generous range of voluntary benefits available to them including the Group Pension scheme; private health care or a health care cash plan; an independent employee assistance programme, which gives staff lifestyle and wellbeing support services and a comprehensive range of discounted lifestyle products and services (through Perkbox), including discounts on our own insurance products and services; cinema ticket offers; monthly freebies; travel deals and shopping vouchers, to name just a few.
(Pictured: 'Marty and Spud' are our company mascots, created from the elements of our group logo, and are often used to highlight the wide variety of lifestyle and wellbeing benefits available to our employees).
A great portfolio of employee voluntary benefits is available, including all the ones you'd expect and a few original initiatives such as a generous tax free health cover cash back plan (free for permanent employees and children with pricing options for partners); a salary savings scheme specifically for the festive period - My Christmas Savings Scheme; a very helpful employee assistance programme with life guidance tools, provide free to all staff and the company recently signed up a partnership with Perkbox to offer staff genuninely good deals on lifestyle benefits across more than 250 top brands. You can even get a free hot drink every month or rent a free movie through this partnership!
Explained well when starting at the company but few updates and confusing internal processes once you've been with the company a while.
A good benefits portfolio including: holiday purchasing; Christmas Savings Scheme; excellent private healthcare; flexible healthcare cashback option and a wealth of discounts on lifestyle items such as cinema tickets are all things that I've found particularly impressive.
Death in service benefit, health insurance, able to buy and sell holiday.
Wide range of various offers from retail discounts to additional holidays and financial aids.
One of the best companies with the best benefits possible. There is nothing that can be classed as the worst, it's all great
The benefits are behind the times compared to a lot of companies.
Ability to buy and sell holiday
Worst is the pension. Poor defined contribution where company match up to 5%. No bonus for lower down staff despite competitors paying one. Good insurance product discounts. Local discounts and membership to corporate discount schemes. Good healthcare plan and private medical insurance. Personal loan direct from salary, season ticket loans.
Private Health Insurance, Salary Sacrifice Pension, Childcare Vouchers, 22 days holiday a year (option to purchase 3 more) Discounts, Cycle to Work Scheme, Eye care Scheme, Working From Home
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.