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EirGrid Compensation FAQ

Read what EirGrid employees think about their compensation at the company.

EirGrid has a compensation and benefits rating of 2.8. If you want to know how much EirGrid employees make, head to their Salaries page to see a list of salaries per occupation, along with bonuses.

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4 English questions out of 4

14 October 2020

What is the salary like at EirGrid?

Pros

Good salary, nice work life balance

Cons

No promotion, you stay in a position for years

Good salary, nice work life balance

14 October 2020

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31 March 2022

Does EirGrid offer a yearly bonus?

Pros

Bonuses at the end of the year, generally good work environment

Cons

Ridge hybrid working approach, management can be backwards in their approach to things

Bonuses at the end of the year, generally good work environment

31 March 2022

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17 February 2021

Does EirGrid offer bonus pay?

Pros

Impactful job - keeps the lights on Exciting time to be in power industry during decarbonisation

Cons

Upper management are clueless Bonuses cut across the board regardless of employee effort

Advice to Management

Improve pay and conditions for good staff. Offer competitive salaries to bring in higher quality experts from outside company.

Bonuses cut across the board regardless of employee effort

17 February 2021

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8 March 2021

What are pay raises like at EirGrid?

Pros

Interesting work, some great people

Cons

No policy on flexible working is available for staff. Be careful of what is said during salary negotiations. Your pay progression is heavily influenced by your starting salary, so if it’s low in the pay band you will always be behind your counterparts that were hired at a higher salary, even when/if you are promoted. No transparency on gender pay gap. Based on some experience, the company unfortunately offers women lower starting salaries.

Advice to Management

Show that you value transparency Publish gender pay gap report

Your pay progression is heavily influenced by your starting salary, so if it’s low in the pay band you will always be behind your counterparts that were hired at a higher salary, even when/if you are promoted.

8 March 2021

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