Our benefits are like a sweetshop. You can pick and mix. And there’s something for everyone. We’ve made sure our basic salaries and bonuses are up there with the best in the market. But it’s the benefits we offer – that make us really stand out. We’ve made sure there’s more for you. The list goes on and on.
We offer competitive salaries, bonuses, a pension and 23 days’ holiday a year (pro rata). Then there are flexible benefits you can pick and choose from to create the package that’s just right for you.
Plenty of options with our benefits
O2's flexible benefits are really easy to manage via a website and include the option to pay towards dental care and even a study fund that O2 contributes towards. The O2 pension is on the generous side - their contribution is more than double what you put it at the higher levels. The employee deals on phones and tablets are also good.
The best thing was that you got paid money just for doing your job. The worst bit was that it went off the stores percentage, rather than an individual so sometimes you felt more pressured and carrying the store to get your bonus.
Staff discount on Pay As You Go and Pay Monthly Tariff for yourself and several friends. Opting into an online benefits system determined by your sales, both as an individual and as a team.
Quarterly bonus is dependant on store performance, not individual which there are pros and cons for. BeBrilliant system is excellent for personal rewards, points for making certain sales, certain brands etc and points can be redeemed for gift cards etc
all employees get a staff plan , when taken with a phone then they will only be charged for said phone but will still receive 30 GB of data + unlimited calls and texts.
The flexible benefits let you choose a whole host of options via salary sacrifice. Manager grades also enjoy a private healthcare option.
Flexable benefits and loads more
Medical Insurance - Excess is needed
Best - generous and flexible to allow me to choose what I get Worst - No Fords on the car allowance list
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.