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‘No reduction in pay during any sick leave. Guaranteed employment on return from sick leave and pension benefits for those who are unable to remain in employment due to injury or illness.’
‘The best pension in the UK. Non-contributory for the individual and based on average earnings across your career. Whilst it is not as good as the previous pension schemes it is still significant.’
‘30 days plus 8 public holidays. Due to the nature of the work it is not always possible to take leave when you want to, however it can be carrier over from one year to another.’
Flexible working, expenses covered, annual leave, bank holidays, pension, child care, gym, parking, hire cars, good offices
work life balance is the best
There is no reward scheme that is not dictated by regional TLB’s You have to put yourself forward for reward and justify why regardless of effort.
The total benefits package is significant, especially the non contributory pension. The worst thing is the lack of ownership of career path at a junior level.
A better package than can be found at any other job, but it is not like any other job. They ask a lot from you, but provide a lot in return. Availability of some perks varies between sites.
Availability varies between sites.
A lot of opportunities to learn new skills and gain training in different fields of work. Flexible working is a great thing as well allows good work life balance.
Pay is crap, benefits are good
Family Friendly, Great - access to discounts from being a civi
Good benefits suitable for living. Good additional work related benefits. Good networking opportunities with others and external orgs. Good place to work
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