REED Sick Pay

68 employees reported this benefit
Updated 10 Sep 2015
3.2
25 Ratings

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Employee Comments

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4 Dec 2020
Former Employee

You would receive standard SSP that would come into effect after 3 working days sickness. Not sure if there was any long term sickness cover

30 Mar 2020
Former Senior Consultant in Chelmsford, England

Pretty sure you could only have 6 days off sick then SSP kicked in. Not sure how this stacks up in this sector but must be low vs financial services.

5 Feb 2020
Former Recruiting Coordinator in London, England

after you have completed your your probationary period you are paid sick leave

9 Nov 2019
Current Senior Recruiter in Liverpool, England

You accrue sick days each year but need a sick note

29 Aug 2019
Current Employee

Not very generous compared to other companies i've worked for.

16 Jul 2019
Current Permanent Recruitment Consultant in Glasgow, Scotland

pretty in line with rest of industry from what i've seen.

12 Apr 2019
Current Recruitment Consultant in London, England

it only starts after 7-8 months of working there

18 Feb 2019
Former Recruitment Consultant in London, England

I took one sick day off ever and had to keep calling in to explain I would not be able to come in. As my manager said I did not have a valid reason.

28 Jan 2019
Current Recruitment Consultant in Brighton, England

Fair entitlement, with amount of sick days increasing with length of service.

8 Jan 2019
Current Employee

Sick pay is standard for industry

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