Great perks with discounts on lots of tickets, concerts, hotels, restaurants, and bonus each year.
Staff discount in both John Lewis and Waitrose. 25% off (12.5% off electricals)
Discount in store and online!
No private medical cover until very senior levels. Bonus is poor (not performance related) - 6% this year. Not working from home option. Discount is the only good benefit.
Best benefit is the annual bonus
Great package of benefits including usage of private hotels and campsites, Usage of private Sailing Yachts, bonus scheme and many discounts. They also host days where the entirety of Alton Towers/Thorpe park/ Legoland is booked out and tickets are offered to partners for £12.
The best thing about the benefits is the variety and being able to choose the most relevant benefits for yourself. The worse part of the benefits would be that I have heard of other companies whos benefits are more up to date such as childcare vouchers.
There are a lot of people who have worked there 20+ years and are on the old salary bands, anyone newish will be on a different pay scale. Bit of a shame but not much they can do. Loads of benefits, but don't assume you'll get a bonus.
Money off many leisure activities which you can claim half back, holiday locations across the country, subsidized events
The discount is good especially when they are price matching, they have days out and a hotel you can apply to go to, but unless your face fits in with the leisure coordinator you don’t stand a chance, there’s also a yearly bonus where you get a percent of profit the company made, although the 5 years I was employed there it dropped and dropped to the point where I’m dubious it will continue.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.