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‘Terrible. Miniumum allowance and have to fight to take the days you want explaining to the MD why he should graciously let you take a day of your paid holiday.’
No health, no pension, no sick pay
You might be given some jewellery and a cake if it's your birthday, but there are no benefits here. No sick pay, no contribution to pension.
hahha don't make me laugh. You are lucky to get paid your monthly salary. Some months staff got paid just part and had to wait a week or more to get the balance. There is no pension, no pay when sick or you have a dental or dr to attend
There is no benefits package other than a free cup of tea or coffee (when someone in the company had time out of their busy 3 man jobs to go out with petty cash and buy teabags) There was no sick pay, and also office was only supposedly shut for a few days over Christmas. (retail hours in an office) No travel expenses paid for out of office meetings No lunches paid for out of office work (photoshoots etc) No pension in my payroll No overtime pay (rather the reverse, we were expected to do overtime) Holidays were bare minimum with a difficult process of having to state why we wanted time off we were entitled to, often with management not allowing time off for fully valid personal reasoning
There are no benefits. You get paid the lowest salary they can get away with. You do not get paid if off sick. Holidays are minimum. Working hours 9am to 6pm
There are no benefits. No health scheme or pension. And you do not get paid if off sick.
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