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Standard package with the possibility to buy extras as salary exchange.
Not loads of benefits, but some include cycle to work scheme, season ticket loan, 8% pension contribution when you contribute at least 3%, Socials paid for, excellent training and development opportunities including support to be able to perform your job well and to maintain up to date knowledge required to do the job, Dental plans, critical health insurance, death in service payment at 4 times your salary at time of death.
Bad culture. Old boys club and very few senior women. Seen some appalling behaviour. Mat pay is 20 weeks which is pretty standard. 25 days leave. Almost impossible to work flexibly or from home.
- No car allowance at any grade - All 'flexible benefits' you have to pay for and come out of your pay package - No company phones or laptops until top grades - Professional Qualifications paid for unless you leave - No free counselling services or medical benefits
Health insurance, S&W options package where you could choose your benefits, they are flexible and can buy multiple days of holiday
Not many options to choose from, and would benefit from providing the option of a company car or car allowance
Paid overtime/TOIL, bonuses for training milestones and performance, private medical insurance, good pension scheme.
private health, pension, share scheme all competitive
No perks or benefits for trainees. No bonuses irrespective of how hard you work.
Fairly generous pension contributions but all other benefits come out of basic salary.
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