WSP has recently upgraded its benefits options, including pensions, healthcare & fitness discounts, company cars, flexible annual leave amongst other things. It offers a lot, though much of it (dare I say) is fairly useless.
Good flexible benefits package. Salaries can be a bit ad hoc. Really good pension scheme. The organisation is looking at clearer routes to promotion which could be great if it happens.
Holiday comprising bank holidays plus 25 days. A cycle to work program was good consisting in a paid percentage by the company for a new bike
Caring, lots of work, little pay. They do pay for me to study my degree part time. There are a lot of opportunities and training courses.
Negative aspect is initial pay was very low (especially compared to competitors). There has been a slow and steady rise since.
25 days leave, not much else
The badminton table, the salaries are good. The worst things is perhaps I didn't learn much from this job but I guess it was mainly deal to the nature of my job.
Optional benefits per job grade.
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