Health cash back plan, cycle to work scheme, TOIL, one day volunteer leave, additional day annual leave after year of service.
the benefits package is understandable due to it being a temporary job. Im sure for their full time staff there would be more benefits included
Good package including healthcare. Reasonable outlook on working from home. Extra days off at Christmas plus a volunteering day. Enhanced pension contribution.
Very old fashioned approach to flexible working.
Very good for the non profit sector
Simey health, a reward scheme where you gwt discounta on lots of things, ans thats it. On and 1 day vomunteer day only new this year.
Good reward scheme plus ride to work, death in service and health insurance. Lots of people also now able to take shared parental leave.
Positives: Culture of recognition Access to Simplyhealth which provides free dental/ optical and other basic health care Decent pension contribution Strong sense of purpose Negatives: Relatively low annual leave allowance (22 days) Old fashioned approach to flexible working- not much opportunity to work from home or work flexible hours Poor facilities e.g no working showers, changing facilities, canteen etc
There are no benefits available for seasonal staff really. There is free food and accommodation for the first two weeks (excluding weekdays) but these are below average quality.
Management very reluctant to let you take your toil that you had built up from working over contracted hours ( no option for overtime pay when you had done this either)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.