Current and former employees report that Realex Payments provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘24 days a year for up to 3 weeks at a time. You can get more at once if you plan in advance and your boss approves. ’
You get health insurance, there's a save as you earn policy offering the ability to purchase discounted stock as you save, there's a generous pension contribution too. 24 days holidays, and they're very flexible with how much time you can have off at once. The worst thing is the bonus consistency. It's very difficult to achieve the full 25%, realistically you're going to be between 15-18% if you have a good year.
Best thing is that the company is good with their benefit packages and they offer bike to work scheme and the usual tax saver
Decent benefits, good bonuses if you work for them. Health care, bike2 work etc.
We get free fruit and coffee. Sometimes Pizza
Great benefits: bonus up to 25% pa (in reality the average bonus is circa 15%), 24 days of holidays, employers pension up to 5.5%, VHI, savings scheme, life assurance and income protection
Employer makes a very good effort with the social committee and various activities (karting/mystery tour/massage/crepes/Xmas lunch/etc), supplied fruit, few free drinks at nights out, charity activity/work.
VHI health insurance In office coffee and tea Active sports and social organizing various sports and other activities Charity team
bonus of up to 25%. With quarterly reviews it is transparent how you are reaching this bonus. Pension, Health Insurance, 25 days holidays, save as you earn scheme, 2 days paid for charity work, tax saver tickets, bike to work scheme. Life Insurance and Income protection.
Very good company to work for. A lot of benefits plus study support including study leave. Two on site big parties per year plus plenty of other night outs
No pension scheme. Was 22 days holidays, but I think it went up to 24 since. Official hours were 8.30-5.15 but it was at the discrion of your manager. No options to work from home. VHI was brought in eventually. Bike to work scheme. 3 days paternity leave. Some paid maternity leave depending on how long you were in the company but you had to pay it back if you left I think. Life assurance for up to 4 times your salary. 3 days wedding leave.