Flexible working hours, private Taxi run for staff working until 12am or after, subsidised meal allowance, refer a friend reward programme, accredited training programmes and staff parties...
No benefits really. Some vouchers for money off Supermacs food, but that's it.
Advertise the job as €10p/h but it is €9.75p/h after food deductions. Long shifts and can often be under appreciated for amount of time invested into the job
Bare minimum 20 days annual leave for everybody. No pension. You get two €5 Supermac's vouchers a week.
As far as I'm concerned, the benefits are minimun, according to the law only. The good thing we get paid 20% extra on Sundays and double on bank holidays
They pay you the minimum wage.But then you have bonuses and a great availability of schedule. The people you work with are great
Christmas bonus is not adequate.
The staff are very nice and friendly. Very professional and helpful. Easy to work with. Managers are easy to talk with. Great staff discount.
The pay is basic usually minimum wage but with 50c deducted from this per hour for meals. This was in the particular shop that I worked in. Im not sure the policy of other shops. There is no benefits package or any benefit at all
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