With the whole global change to agency, things has changed a lot. From salary review to benefits to pensions. Good changes, * You can now access a portal with discounts to one retailers or in store * Standard health care and pension scheme Bad changes Culture has changes slightly and it feels quite corporate in certain departments
Maternity and paternity - not bad. Everything else - very average
Lack of employee pension contributions.
The truth is there was no benefits package apart from the statutory one's you'll get anywhere else. I'm sure they could look after their staff a little more if they wanted to.
The benefits have improved greatly over the last year with OLIVER investing heavily to crate a package that I believe is one of the best within the agency sector
OLIVER has a comprehensive range of benefits - its health benefits are good and the ability to buy extra holiday is a useful feature
loved working at Oliver marketing
Best is the maternity and paternity packages worst is pension which is statutory
Best thing about the benefits is the Private Healthcare. The Pension is the Statutory minimum.
Very little communication about benefits to staff. Pro: decent annual leave entitlement (25 days and can buy 5 more). If you work in U-Studio some people get work from home (unless you're a creative and need access to the servers, there's no remote access set up). Cons: minimum pension contribution. Most employees don't get bonuses. Little to no investment in culture or employee wellness. Average healthcare 'cash plan'. No training programs offered to staff, very little investment in career/skills development.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.