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‘the pay and rations are very average and paid nationally, they do not take into consideration the cost of living where you are and the benefits for say, pension are a DC scheme which is no where near as good as it used to be. great company to work for that aside’
‘It all depends on who you are and who you work for. Some are very lucky to have flexibility, others hardly ever, if at all, get the chance. Perhaps if heavy snow and the company coaches (now removed) cannot make the journey in. Yet for others it happens several times a week. ’
‘Depends on manager, but most are ok working with you. whether telecommuting once in a while or changing hours after return to work after maternity leave. Many people do 9 days on- 1 day off’
Benefits are very good, you can select different benefits depending on your circumstances and pay for them from your actual salary
Good DC pension and life insurance. Six month full pay on sickness, half pay for another six months
Supportive and flexible employer. Flexible benefits are good and share schemes are very rewarding!
old fashioned benefits which havent moved with the times and small bonus
Flex Bens suit work life balance
pension is one of the best you'll find in the UK. Also the share scheme is worthwhile!
Great with internal progression and flexible working
Access to discounted prices for all kinds of insurance products and classic e-voucher portals diy, cinema and so on. Rarely used these kind of benefits.
Covers all my needs. Ability to invest in sharesave and sips. Good pension matching up to 12%. full sick pay for 6 months.
Salary, Flexible working and pension create a balanced package
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