Wesleyan Compensation FAQ

Read what Wesleyan employees think about their compensation at the company.

Wesleyan has a compensation and benefits rating of 3.1. If you want to know how much Wesleyan employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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4 English questions out of 4

16 April 2019

What is the salary like at Wesleyan?

Pros

Work life balance is great and salary is decent in comparison to local companies. The learning opportunities are great too, if you want to put the effort in.

Cons

The office is great in places and poor in the rest and needs updating. There is a strange negative feeling around the company at the moment and everyone openly talks about it but nothing is done. This is reflective in the glass door scores I think. The last 2 years has seen a great decline in the enjoyment of working at the place. Senior management and executive team sit on their ivory towers and dont interact with staff. When they do, it is so false. I have witnessed senior managers talking about people they want to 'get rid of' and a few weeks later they are gone.... the company had a terrible year due to the executive team making a decision to go live on a system that had thousands of defects. Customers suffered as the advisors couldn't advise and Everyone's bonus suffered, but they didnt take any ownership in the message to the people on the shop floor, instead at their annual conference an advisor told me that they all continued to get their sales bonus guaranteed for over a year, so they were ok. Honesty is sometimes the best policy. They way everyone reads it, is that if it wasnt for Rob Vaudry and his great investment and property team, we would be in trouble from an operating profit side of things, but what do I know!

Advice to Management

Decide what sort of company you want to be and communicate to the staff. Dont hide things that are plain to see and interact with staff. You are only a small company and stop using the word strategy every 5 minutes without telling us what your strategy is

Work life balance is great and salary is decent in comparison to local companies.

16 April 2019

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4 March 2021

What are other benefits and incentives like at Wesleyan?

Pros

Good pay and competitive bonus scheme

Cons

I can’t think of any

Good pay and competitive bonus scheme

4 March 2021

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5 August 2020

Does Wesleyan offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

City centre location, pension, staff rates when investing

Cons

Micro management Technology investments are very the last minute - mainly due to COVID-19 Pay scales have only recently been clarified after years of confusion And to get a pay rise you practically have to beg for it Annual bonus is biased. Management give best bonuses to the favourites

Advice to Management

Leave us to do our jobs, the micromanagement is unnecessary when you haven’t completed your own to do list! Before adding extra jobs and expectations please ensure you can do the job yourself too

Annual bonus is biased.

5 August 2020

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13 February 2021

Does Wesleyan offer bonus pay?

Pros

Before lockdown the location of working in the city centre was brilliant and the staff are lovely and nice to be around

Cons

To the company you are just a cog that pushes out numbers. They do not care about your well-being and how you are faring with the new changes in the world. I have lost family and friends, I was isolating at home and not coping very well with the new way of life but Wesleyan do not care. They expect you to work as if nothings happened and even worse they expect you to work harder than before from home which is impossible. All they care about are their effectiveness and productivity stats and will push workers to their limit to get it. No bonuses, no pay rises and no room for growth. However they do provide you with twice the work to do which is just great isn’t the it.

Advice to Management

Focus less on the customers and more on the staff because the staff need to be happy and content first to provide great customer service to the customers. And also HIRE MORE PEOPLE. You can’t get rid of half the workforce and expect the remaining staff to pick up on all the work. Cross training every department is not effective for a company with such a large customer base and should approach their business inline with competitors such as Barclays and Halifax.

No bonuses, no pay rises and no room for growth.

13 February 2021

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