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‘It’s a Good scheme To join’
Travel benefits are fantastic. Pension scheme. Annual leave increases the longer you are employed.
Flight benefits on United and other carriers. They also provide flexible benefits e.g. retails cards, reduced rate gym membership, the option to buy and sell vacation etc.
Compared to many other airlines, the staff travel scheme is poor for management employees. There are no status related staff travel benefits, everything is standby (subload) and onload priority is given to longer serving employees regardless of their grade within the company. A new employee, even a senior manager, joins the back of the queue. On the plus side, unusually, all employees can standby for premium cabins as well as economy (coach) and a number of 'vacation' passes are given each year. Also, leave (vacation) is the legal UK minimum of 20 days for the first four years of service. Most other benefits for UK staff are given only under a flexi-benefits salary sacrifice arrangement.
The company offers a fair range of benefits. The best thing is free and discounted travel on the airline's global route network.
Good health and dental and vision insurance, fare travel benefits, good 401k, vacation not very well paid, good time off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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