Competitive annual salary, with annual reviews
Pension Scheme which includes income Protection
Range of colleague offers and discounts through the Xexec portal
Season ticket loans
Market-leading Bupa private medical insurance
Bupa health assessments
Option to join our Bupa Dental insurance scheme at a discounted rate
Access to Grow – our online portal which has a variety of resources to aid personal development
25 days holiday rising to 27 days after 5 years
Ability to buy and sell holidays
Free on-site gym
Access to a Cycle to Work scheme
We work 37.5 hours per week
Access to an employee assistance programme giving free support on a variety of areas range of issues e.g. legal advice, financial issues, counselling etc
Discounted travel vaccinations
Our employee assistance programme offers free confidential advice 24/7 for a wide range of parenting issues, including support on finding local childcare options and proactive care searches tailored to you.
Access to the Tommy’s Pregnancy at Work scheme. Providing expertise to support you and your partner/ family on a range of pregnancy related matters.
Maternity or adoption leave of up to 52 weeks, with no minimum service requirement. In UK Insurance your first eight weeks’ leave is paid at basic pay (with no minimum service requirement). If you have more than two years service (at the qualifying week) the next eight weeks are paid at half your basic pay. These payments are inclusive of statutory maternity or adoption pay entitlement. You don’t need to repay this if you don’t return to Bupa.
A ‘welcome back’ bonus after returning from maternity or adoption leave. This is four weeks’ basic pay, with no minimum service requirement, which is repayable if you leave within 12 months.
Paternity leave of up to two weeks if you have 26 continuous weeks’ service ending with either the 15th week before the expected week of childbirth or the week in which you or your partner is notified by an adoption agency that you/ they have been matched with a child.
The option to take a total of up to 18 weeks’ unpaid parental leave, with a maximum of 4 weeks in a year, until your child reaches the age of 18 (once you have one year’s service).
The option to share up to 50 weeks’ shared parental leave in the first year after becoming a parent if you have 26 continuous weeks’ service (eligibility is also dependent on employment and earnings criteria relating to your partner).
The right to request flexible working arrangements.
Access to our Elderly Care Support Line.