Product discounts are great for those into relevant sports. Decent holiday allowance. Regular run/rides on work hours. Semi regular perks and events with brands
there is no benefits packaging
Staff discount Free tea and coffee Sample sales occasionally Sick pay is limited to 10 days per year Maternity is 100% for two weeks then 90% for four weeks then statutory (Rubbish) No gym contribution No health or dental insurance 25 days holiday For a company who go on about the "Good Stuff" and work life balance, they do nothing to help you.
no benefits except for a measly discount on products.
Wiggle will only give the bare minimum to be legal, a small pension (only introduced when the law changed but presented as being employee focused), no health care, no bonus scheme, no increase in holidays over time, and a poor attitude to flexi-time and work from home and to over time.
No real bennifits to work at wiggle
Their sick policy is awful, forcing people to come in to work ill, or lose pay. It's disgusting
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.