Best: how flexible they are. You can rearrange your shifts with other tutors. Good socials put on fit team. Worst: Not much progression opportunities
The hours are short and they make sure not to overwork you
They include holiday pay in your basic pay so that they are not obliged to give you holidays during the year. This suited me fine because I was a student and due to working relatively few hours already, didn't need a holiday.
Flexibility is quite good just at times the hours can be a little unsociable in terms of a social life.
Bonus structure that gets the whole company behind constant good service
Great pension, really good health insurance with vitality, free weekly Starbucks, discount on taste card, mobile phone, laptop etc.
Working as a tutor was very rewarding. The role was beneficial in terms of its flexibility, The worst thing about the benefits package is that it is difficult to get a pay increase.
Good monthly bonus schemes and incentives, which increase when promoted to Centre Director. Offer new starter loans and cycle to work schemes. However, holiday allowance is low at 20 days.
Holiday pay, book days off in advance, on the job training, external marketing events, a lot to learn, enjoyable
Everyday is different and if you like working with children than this is for you, but some children might be hard to handle.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.