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‘TSG have an enhanced sick pay policy in place ’
‘There is flexibility for where you wish to work. 40% (pre COVID) of the workforce are homeworkers by default. ’
‘they have one but no one seems to help ’
TSG have a well balanced benefits package, with options to join a health cash plan and cycle scheme
Basic benefits, nothing excited at all
Purple Stars (£20 Voucher). Decent Holidays
Don’t pay you what you are worth
Great benefits package - covered well for any sickness etc - up to 6 months full pay which is a huge help if you cannot work. Also cycle to work scheme available, and 4 times annual salary paid in the unfortunate event of death.
Plenty of benefits, including good annual leave (increasing days based on length of service), cycle to work, sports and social club.
Excellent holidays, with additional benefits for long service. Remote medical assistance, cycle to work, pension, 2 charity days per annum amongst others.
30 days annual leave for 10 years service,
30 days annual leave after 10 years service combined with professional development and great pension and death in service benefits.
You work hard to get new customer and the service is poor so they only last 2 years so you are on a downwards spiral
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