Dynamic and challenging work environment. Agile working practice allowing good work life balance overall. Management are receptive to employee input.
Not many perks in all honesty, paid on time monthly, decent holiday package, no discount on in store items or fuel.
Good base salary and extras.
Excellent comprehensive package where you can add or upgrade benefits. Additional benefits available dependant on salary grade.
Remains competitive however has not increased with inflation last 2 years
Good pension. Good annual leave entitlement. Share Save scheme. BUPA. Cycle to Work.Childcare vouchers.
Bonus structure good, and grows % in line with not only your performance, but also seniority
healthcare, pension location worst promotion, contract, heavily process driven, lack of progression once roles are completed, career progression is very competitive. Despite marketing of encouraging female progression, very few women can make it up. middle managers still heavily male
Standard benefits package for multinational companies in Glasgow, includes childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, pensions and BUPA insurance (health): The Shell UK benefits package includes: • Pension & Life Assurance • Health & Wellness • Child & Dependant Care • Employee Share Plans and • Lifestyle Benefits
share scheme is good in the Netherlands but not so great in the UK.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.