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‘6 months full pay and 6 months half pay can be extended or get an ill-health package’
‘It can be boring but can be beneficial for deliveries or family requirements. Also, save using up holiday quota ’
‘Work core hours 07.00-19.00 but can also make up any hours missed if required but most of the time this is fine provided management authorize it’
Pension is fantastic. Salary is poor compared to private sector. 31 days holiday, with option to buy and sell more.
Good work-life balance. Can buy and send holidays once a year.
Good pension scheme and working hours
As Scottish Water is publicly owned we have access to the local government pension scheme. Excellent annual leave 31 days, 6 public holidays and the option of purchasing an extra 5 days per year.
There is a company website for discounts off certain things like food, clothes, days out, electrical. There is a pension scheme but not much else. No gyn but discounted gym membership
Flat Rate pay according to contract
Benefits Portal with vouchers: personal favourites Movie vouchers
Benefits are comprehensive and promote flexibile working and healthy lifestyle. Benefits also support families.
Generous holidays, brilliant defined benefit pension, flexible working from home or differing hours "work is what you do not where you go", base pay and bonus never going to be market leading though.
Defined benefit pension (1 / 49th Career Average)
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