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‘6 months full, then half’
‘Flexible working is dependant of line management’
‘Governed scheme get discount off bike tax free benefit worth doing if you can be bothered’
excellent flexible working arrangements that is not rivalled by any other organisation
The pension is not what it used to be but still good. Overall there are some good benefits but good luck accessing them
You can obtain a blue lights card which gives discount on retailers. You can book the time back from the overtime you do. Overtime is X1.5
Constsntly working against the tide with to few police, public given unrealustic expectations and tasks set knowing they cannot be achieved within policies set
Free London Underground Travel. Pension is not so good though
The pension although not quite as good as previous years is still a large attractant to keep people into their advancing years
really good pension, the employer contributions are 25ish %. several gyms, free TFL travel and heavily subsidised ATOC travel.
Xexec and MyLifestyle reward website, tax-free childcare vouchers, Tusker car share scheme and various Affinity schemes. Pension is a poorer than older scheme, approximately £500 employer contribution per £300. Various discounts at food outlets, national discount at Nando’s at 20% and 40% and selected McDonald’s venues.
As a public sector employer there are no real benefits. The one and only benefit that springs to mind is the subsidised rail travel.
sick pay, Pension, Holidays, discounts at specific food places, cycle to work/car scheme.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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