For a national health and social care provider I think the overall package is competitive in comparison to others offering similar services.
Offers a pension scheme however, anything put in place to support the staff is useless
There was no benefits package. If you were ill no pay for the first two days. Long term sickness likely to result in dismissal for having a "detrimental affect on the service and could not be sustained" Bullying by senior management.
Health Insurance, Perks, Day and time off, Holidays and Pension Plans, Team Outing, Team lunch, Maternity Cover, Medical Expenses, Childcare Vouchers, Flexible working hours and Income Protection but no Gym membership.
Frequent benefit cutting while senior managers keep hiking their own benefits.
No benefits at all and very poor pay. Staff doing the exact same job can differ in pay scales by £5,000 with no reflection on responsibilities of individuals
Worst thing: Colleagues who are being paid over a certain amount will not be getting a pay rise in 2017.
Expected to work over contracted hours every week with little or no time off back and no overtime. Limited pension and poor financial management meaning constant cuts in spending , ongoing redundancies and a culture of fear and bullying.
Great people that really want to provide the best service to our clients and help and support each other.
Holidays are only 20 days plus bank holidays. That is really not enough for some of the job roles which are enormously hard work. There is a cycle 2 work scheme which I signed up for and is great- I now have a bike that I can use to cycle to work. There is no sick pay for the first 2 days of being off sick which is very difficult to deal with.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.