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‘totally depends where you are in organization - can be excellent or non existent dependng on manager.’
‘6 months full pay followed by 6 months half pay’
Great benefits, particularly the pension scheme which has the employer paying in around 13% of your salary!
sick pay is very good
Benefits package - positive: flexibility, job rotation, good location, Negative - not much, not consistent that there will be jobs
Holiday and flexible working Missed having private medical insurance and income protection but was provided with significant occupational sick pay. Huge staff discounts and access to amazing personal training and development opportunities, Discounted staff parking and changing facilities and bike storage
Generous pension plan. No health/life/dental insurance, performance bonus, health cash plan.
Casual work but holiday pay is included. The pay rate is good for a part time job. Casual work but holiday pay is included. The pay rate is good for a part time job.
Flexible working, Childcare support, cycle to work scheme
Good leave, pension scheme, flexibility, training and development opportunities as well as access to a wide range of facilities and events
UWE is a very flexible employer with a lot of benefits, it is a values based organization which offers its employees many ways to have a fulfilling job whilst giving a great deal back to society and the world. Like any big place it can be a bit political at times, but the senior team are open to challenge and want UWE to be a fantastic place to work and study, you can't ask more than that!
There are lots of training opportunities which is great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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