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‘It’s annual leave, by law they give it to you. ’
‘XLN have always been amenable with me when I've needed time off due to illness. They really go out of their way to make sure their staff are looked after.’
Uncapped Commision scheme works well + Health care plan is good. Holidays are very fair. The worst thing about the benefits package is that they got rid of the childcare vouchers.
XLN isn’t where you’d want to grow your career but it’s a start.
Simply health - fantastic if you have any health issues, especially mental health
Free coffee through out the day and breakfast club on Friday morning
Breakfast on Friday, Xmas party (no summer party). Nothing else
I find the benefits offered are wide and varied, more-so than i've experienced elsewhere in similar set-ups. From training to pension plans, from health insurance and cash plans to shares in the company itself.
Nothing good offered by this company
Sorry to hear that! Most feedback about our benefits is really positive - from the Christmas holidays to the free breakfasts.
Holidays, days out, cash incentives, pension plan, long term investment plan. It's all good and up for grabs if you want it. You just really have to want it and go and get it.
Hours are great - Bacon and egg sandwiches on a friday, My manager is the best one there, would of left by now if it was not for him
After the probation period (6 months) all employees enter the pension scheme, standard. But after 6 months you also get discounts in all fitness clubs, childcare vouchers and health assistance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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