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‘As good as it gets really.’
‘Love the fact you can work from home Work/life balance really made easy’
great base and bonus structure thin on the benefits
28 days holiday after 3 years service. 1 day holiday for birthday.
Mediocre benefits at Truphone. Benefits are a little carrot and stick, they try to offer great benefits, but lady in reward is failing to implement and warrant them. Bonus is available but very poorly managed and communicated by HR and normally late and wrong. A lot of broken promises – no gym membership and blame passed around by HR. Other benefits that are mentioned at interview but then not followed up.
dental was included and did not need to claim against medical.
Ok benefits pack here - depending on the country. Might need a bit more visibility around them, but they are kind of all right.
You'll get pension contributions and a few other perks. Stock options are very rare but everyone is performance managed, so it's possible to get an annual bonus, although (understandably) you will not get anything if the company has a bad year, even if you performed superbly i.e. don't bank on it.
Before the bonus time, there will be a restructure No flex benefits like company car etc Notice period is 1 month for all so not at all good when there's a restructure
Pension is good, Holidays are average and the fact you can work from home in certain (most) roles works well with the work/life balance
Health insurance but no dental. The worst issue is that employees do not get offered shares - which is something that had been promised to many during interviews.
Salary - Very low below market rate salaries
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