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‘Sick pay does not affect your salary unless there is a long-term issue in which the affect on the salary depends on your specific contract. Typically there is a time limit before normal pay goes to statutory sick pay and this is affected by the length of time you have been employed.’
Flexible with holiday days and bonuses available to employees. Additionally, there is access to healthcare options and exceptional development and training opportunities
Lots of benefits if on collectively bargained package. Remuneration if on personal contracts not reviewed fairly
Ability to buy or sell up to 5 holidays, on top of a competitive holiday package. It is also not compulsory to take leave over Christmas.
Salary acceptable, other financial benefits are strong vs the market. Great head office facilities - gym, well-being, prayer rooms, catering = good range including gluten and vegan friendly. Chance to learn and develop.
The best thing about the benefits package with United Utilities is that you get health care, money back for prescriptions and dental (within reason) and other access to support networks if you need it.
Excellent package with the company providing excellent kit and equipment. Pay is very competitive for the hours worked
Good pension and good benefits
On site gym, physio and massage therapy
30 days holiday per year, where you can carry over 5 days from the previous leave year. Opportunity to buy/sell holidays in addition
Good pension, health care scheme and rewards and discounts
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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