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‘Standard cover to pay you what you would normally be due if you were working for upto 3 months.’
Brilliant benefits package. Private dental and medical free through the company. Pension contributions are good, and extra benefits such S gym discounts etc.
The company contributes 10% when the employee puts 5% of salary into pension. Overtime is paid 1.5x hourly rate. However, this has not been advantageous since the 2015 downturn has led to authorised overtime only. The increase in workload means extra hours are contributed by each individuals unhooked. Although 37.5 or 40 hours working day is contracted, everyone works longer without overtime pay or time in lieu.
good pension contribution by company
Very comprehensive benefits package including strong pension and optional private medical cover
Pension is good, perks at work discounts, nice work environment, private health care, gym discounts, social activities etc.
best = holidays // worst = stuck in the same salary
Nobody gets to compare packages, often resulting in disparities between personnel in similar roles.
Good Insurance benefits, ability to buy/sell holiday days, pension matching, etc.
Rip off along with tax dodge
Overall package is okay but you really should be ready to negotiate at the time of offer else you would loose out.
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