Great production rewards. Company events are a great networking opportunity and accessibility to top performances for guidance
Benefits vary, I had no insurance and the minimum pension.
10% non-contribution pension. Bonus based on company performance . Mat leave 12 weeks, Salary annual increase is poor. Shared mat leave Flexible working is not always allowed Gym member for Head office employees Paid for parking
Best benefit is the health insurance. Worst thing is that they are slow to introduce buy/sell holiday
Best Working environment Charity Days End of Year Conference
There is no benefits package. Advisers are hired on a self employed basis and responsible for bringing in their own business. Hence there are no employer perks. However, free to arrange own tax affairs and submit under self assessment and unlimited holiday.
The 10% Non-contributionary Pension scheme is leaps % bounds above anything else I have seen in the market, with the potential to add a further 10% of salary matched by SJP. This offers an incredible chance to build a future nest-egg without worry.
There are very poor benefits for support staff within the advisory group.
You get a base salary but no additional benefits such as pension and insurance.
Self employed with nil benefits or salary. 100% commission only sales role.
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