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‘Remote subtitling opportunities were offered, although don’t think the access services department is looking add to the remote workers pool currently.’
Great opportunities and benefits
A lot of flexibility
All the benefits such as good salary, stocks, work from home, HR support with visas and hotel allocation, very good support. They assist you with everything.
There is a pension scheme, large union membership and many things in place to support employees - if you go to the right person
Work from home is great. Flexible environment. There are no other monetary benefits. Private Medical healthcare is not there.
Best benefits are reserved for top and middle-level managers
Savings on brands like Apple and O2. Dental and pension. Leave buying and selling.
Holiday leave is slightly higher than statutory but no higher than offered by most employers. Few perks to speak of - poor company performance and the needs of a 24/7/365 operation are frequently used to restrict these. A low value bonus scheme is available, but few understand how it works or who qualifies to receive it. The company claims to offer 'sabbatical' - in fact, this is simply the right to offer your own resignation, coupled with a non-binding commitment to offer your role back if circumstances allow. There are no flexible working options.
Pension or medical Insurance. J
No bank holidays for Subtitlers. Holidays are not flexible. Inhumane shift hours for ordinary staff. Ridiculously low salaries and false promises of progression.
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