Great holiday scheme and sabbatical scheme, free fruit and drinks. The discount club is also very useful.
Fancy benefits area to look at but mostly just online discounts where you have to buy vouchers for specific stores. Also some healthy eating and wellness tips.
Holiday, sruff, benefits, blah, blah
What I like about the way the salary is paid at reed.co.uk is it is every 4 weeks, which means that you get paid 13 times a year.
The benefits used to be great, but over a period of years they dwindled down to fairly basic level. Personal development time was offered, however balancing that with your expected workload left it impossible to take. Nothing terrible, but nothing exceptional either.
lots of events and rewards
1% pension, 24 days holiday, no other perks. sick pay is terrible - first 27 months - 10 paid days (during 9 month probation it's unpaid). Not much else.
Pros: Performance Bonus, trainings, flexible work hours (sort of) Cons: Work from home is not allowed. No on-site food/lunch.
Best: pension and saving scheme
Pretty basic package with no real frills considering you are expected to sell benefits packages to candidates as part of the role
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