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29 English questions out of 29

21 March 2022

What is health insurance like at Sabio Group?

Pros

-Remote/flexible working -Good benefits, bonus, private medical, learning resources, volunteering etc. -Always pushing for internal development -Relaxed and friendly culture -'Have your say' allowed the employees to feedback to the company and I could see that all comments were being heard and acted on. -Opportunity to travel I worked on the Talent and People team who were extremely friendly, always had patience and are constantly working on ways to improve. It felt more like a family when speaking to them, whether it was the CPO or HR admins, I felt like they were all there to help and always understanding.

Cons

-Some employees were hostile to myself and the team when recruiting. Please remind them that HR + Talent are there to help not to hinder.

Advice to Management

Allow the Talent and People team more resources. You cannot gain and retain the best talent without starting with the team that recruits and onboards.

Good benefits, bonus, private medical, learning resources, volunteering etc.

21 March 2022

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14 February 2022

Does Sabio Group give time off to volunteer?

Pros

Great benefits, friendly and hardworking team, opportunities for travel, wfh and hybrid working available, paid volunteering days, 28 paid holidays + bank holidays. Great reward and recognition scheme too. For a big company, it almost has a bit of a startup feel at times; you can make the job your own to an extent, and you really do get out what you put in.

Cons

It can feel a bit chaotic at times but this is normal for a company going through so much growth and change in such a short time.

Great benefits, friendly and hardworking team, opportunities for travel, wfh and hybrid working available, paid volunteering days, 28 paid holidays + bank holidays.

14 February 2022

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17 October 2021

Does Sabio Group offer vision insurance?

Pros

There are some fabulous and very talented people here. The offices are lovely. Free tea, coffee and milk. Freedom to work from home even before the pandemic

Cons

Some of the managers only seem to be where they are because they talk the talk and / or have been there a while. They have no management or technical skills so are really just pen pushers or diary managers. The people team are meant to be at the forefront of an organisation but 3 or 4 trusted members have recently left due to alleged bullying so worrying we have nowhere to go now. Lack of input and updates from CEO. People 'mysteriously' disappear from the organisation with no announcements. Others arrive into jobs that have never been advertised mainly because they have worked with the CEO before. Marketing team are having a hard time of it due to being ruled by fear.

Advice to Management

Stop employing your friends into senior jobs that don't exist. Recruitment is not fair or transparent as many roles are not advertised but miraculously get filled...... Improve the culture and tackle real issues of bullying. Get rid of the bullies and the weeds. You need to be rid of the toxic liars especially in marketing, technical services and HR.

Free tea, coffee and milk.

17 October 2021

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17 October 2021

Does Sabio Group offer massages?

Pros

There are some fabulous and very talented people here. The offices are lovely. Free tea, coffee and milk. Freedom to work from home even before the pandemic

Cons

Some of the managers only seem to be where they are because they talk the talk and / or have been there a while. They have no management or technical skills so are really just pen pushers or diary managers. The people team are meant to be at the forefront of an organisation but 3 or 4 trusted members have recently left due to alleged bullying so worrying we have nowhere to go now. Lack of input and updates from CEO. People 'mysteriously' disappear from the organisation with no announcements. Others arrive into jobs that have never been advertised mainly because they have worked with the CEO before. Marketing team are having a hard time of it due to being ruled by fear.

Advice to Management

Stop employing your friends into senior jobs that don't exist. Recruitment is not fair or transparent as many roles are not advertised but miraculously get filled...... Improve the culture and tackle real issues of bullying. Get rid of the bullies and the weeds. You need to be rid of the toxic liars especially in marketing, technical services and HR.

Free tea, coffee and milk.

17 October 2021

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12 February 2021

Does Sabio Group offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Fantastic colleagues, good benefits package, nice offices

Cons

Cultures gone, little support during the pandemic, no career development opportunities, huge hierarchy that makes it hard to get your voice heard, lack of direction for staff who are below middle management level. Jonathan is clearly a smart man, if he starts focusing on his people more, the rest will follow, and hopefully the strategy he is developing will be successful.

Advice to Management

You need a complete overhaul of HR. Bring in a Head of Learning & Development to build a career succession scheme that enables employees to develop & move up the ladder. Bring in a Head of Rewards & Recognitions. The All Stars is a good start, but it hasn't been defined properly, there are fantastic staff who aren’t being recognised. You need to bring someone in who can develop a broader recognition scheme, that defines what’s expected from individuals, and rewards them accordingly for those achievements. Those rewards don’t have to be a trip to Verbier, small gestures mean a lot to people. If your people don’t buy in and don’t understand the new strategy it’s going to fail. Staff are dropping like flies, it will get worse, and from what I’ve seen it’s because the cultures gone, we talk about “People First”, but it isn’t true, and the strategy needs to be articulated clearer.

Fantastic colleagues, good benefits package, nice offices

12 February 2021

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