Our benefits include a pension scheme, life assurance, healthcare cash plan and access to Perklife, our dedicated portal for all things perks and benefits at Softcat. It’s designed to give you the flexibility and choice to suit your lifestyle and needs - there really is something for everyone. So whether it’s activity passes or technology discount vouchers you’re after, or you would prefer to buy extra holiday for yourself, or add your partner or family to some of the benefits… it’s entirely up to you. We’ll even give you an extra day’s holiday on top of your usual entitlement on your birthday. For our sales roles we offer high earnings potential, thanks to the uncapped commission structure. Many of the team are earning £60k OTE inside 3 years. There are fantastic incentives too - including trips all over the world.
There’s a big focus on development at Softcat. We start everyone off with a comprehensive induction, and a planned onboarding programme. We then provide ongoing training to build knowledge and skills; depending on your role, there could be accreditations and qualifications to gain along the way.
We have a great record of promoting from within. Many of our managers and leaders joined us in entry level roles and never looked back. All of our roles come with progression potential. There is a structured career pathway in our sales teams, with a choice of progressing into a team management role or into senior and specialist account management positions.
Fantastic maternity package. Pay structure for sales is the best in the industry, especially for high achievers. Good healthcare and pension plans. Amazing social events.
lots of incentives and chances to win bottles of champagne and holidays abroad as well as phones and televisions and meal outs
Working from home not frowned upon which is always good - perks/benefits need a bit more variety.
A reasonably good range of benefits with flexible working being a recent positive addition along with an improved pension. Holiday good once you've been there a few years, but a bit average initially.
Lots of company perks such as incentives. Also a private doctor and a masseuse
The worst thing is that you don't get Company benefits, like Health and Dental Insurance, until you've worked there two years.
Lots of incentives eg trips abroad, money incentives, special days off, lots of free bees. Opportunities to relocate
There are many benefits such as Health insurance
Hundreds of incentives running all the time. Most of which are large gifts from the company for good work
A well catered for package, including all the benefits expected of a company that looks after its own. These have proven to be invaluable to me through out my career.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.