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‘Haven't got much to compare with, but they'd put in 2% to match yours, had a presentation for a preferred pension or the option of getting signed up for an alternative pension but that was only 1%.’
Standard holiday entitlement, regular events held for staff outside of work and brilliant opportunity and encouragement to engage in charity work. Use of the gym onsite for less than £1 per month, staff cafe and costs which although a little expensive is very convenient
You get an extra day holoday each year you work there
Nice subsidised gym, including personal trainers. The free mini-bus towards Cornbrook metrolink station was really convenient. The canteen didn't have many veggie or vegan options and was really overpriced.
Only useful benefit was gym membership. However, use was frowned upon during lunchtime as people expected to work through their lunch.
gym is really good, very clean
Onsite gym and parking were the main perks for me, not everybody got parking at the time.
Good holiday alliance, on site gym is great
Receiving a statement that tallied up all the "benefits", given a monetary value and presented it in a letter as you effective way. A company that size, in the finance sector should be giving more pension contributions.
Pension contribution is on the low side but gym membership is ridiculously cheap. Holidays are 23 days plus bank hold
Gym membership for 50p a month, good pension scheme, cafeteria with a good selection of food. You're charged through your swipe card and moneys taken from your salary so it's nice not to need cash the whole time. However if you were working a late shift (11:30am - 8pm) when you go for your lunch the kitchen would be closing up and there would be a pretty limited selection.
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