Discount on cars, good training all paid for
100% maternity pay for 1 year, 100% sick pay after 3 years, competitive salary and pension plans
Extra pay for shift work, great support for the role in terms of training (on the job plus classroom). Support from more experienced collegues.
The ELS scheme offers up to £200 a year to a learning activity which could be a motorcycle CBT or plastering course for example which is great. The maternity and paternity pay is not the same as EMC as other sites where it's 100% so work/life balance isn't all it's cracked up to be as you're too financially at risk by taking time off for a new born. Bereavement leave is not on a case by case basis so for someone who is very close to or for example had a family member who acted as a parent, if they're not on the list you're not allowed the leave or it's unpaid. The discount on JLR products isn't as good as BMW and you'll get a better discount on the Ford scheme.
The car scheme is expensive for what it is. Different levels of benefits depending on your position.
Sector leading maternity benefits and comprehensive benefits package
£200 per year to spend on educational activities and good pension arrangement, especially after recent changes. Poor deals on company vehicles but good deals available on Ford vehicles.
Great pension on offer. Good car scheme through Ford and some okay deals for Jags.
Generous holidays. JLR vehicles provided to management on very favourable terms. DB pension now closed to new entrants, but DC plan is good and allows employer matching
Salary is above average for the Midlands, employees and contractors are eligible for various corporate discounts. Holiday increases with years in service
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.