Company perks, lottery prizes and cash/social bonus
sometimes commission is out of your hands
Taxation, negative commission and making pout that government schemes are their own invention
The company strives to look after its employees any way it ca, not only inside of working hours but also outside, going the extra mile to make staff happy
Seem to be introducing new benefits all the time. We only used to have the basics now we have, Holiday Trading, life assurance, employee assistance programme, rewards scheme, childcare vouchers, pay progression. Gets better all the time.
There are lots of benefits but most of them are optional that people don't initially know about. Like they have cheap health cover but its not advertised and if you do get it you have to pay for it for 3 months before using it.
Quarterly salary increases Quarterly bonuses (10%pa, 2.5%pq) Employee of the month cash prizes Non-cash reward/discount schemes (eg discounted Odeon Limitless membership) 'Flexitime' -flexable working hours, eg finish at 4.30 one day if the hours are made up elsewhere in the week. "Buy & sell" holidays. Too many holidays? Sell some back to the company for the equivilant days wage. Too few holidays? Buy some more holidays. New life insurance plan - should you die, your family get a sum of some proportion to your salary. Enrolement in the standard goverment pension programme, NEST, taken monthly from the payslip, approx £5 per month, option to opt out.
Star bonus is a joke...they put a lot of nonsense to prevent you from getting that 100%.
Paid progression, star bonus and leads incentive
Great bonus schemes for all staff. Personall incentive schemes which are easily attainable.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.