Working for Bromford
We recognise the fact that everyone is different, so we offer a range of benefits that empower colleagues to make those important choices for themselves.
These include trust based flexible working, a competitive salary, attractive and affordable pension options, a generous holiday allowance with the option to buy and sell days, plus much more.
Take a look at some of our amazing benefits on offer below.
Pay and financial wellbeing
It’s important to us that our colleagues feel they get paid fairly for the roles they do so we continually benchmark pay to make sure it’s always competitive. We also offer a performance related pay bonus of up to 10% of colleagues’ basic salary.
We have a choice of defined benefit and defined contribution pension schemes that colleagues are able to join and we provide a financial wellbeing programme; a range of tools to help colleagues manage their finances effectively and to maximise their income.
We operate on trust based flexible working. Colleagues work their weekly contracted hours in a flexible way; you are not bound by ‘core hours’ or start and finish times; but you can work flexibly, as long as your work is completed.
We support this with a generous holiday allowance of 27 days (this is in addition to the statutory bank holidays) and the opportunity to buy and sell up to one weeks’ annual leave each year. And of course, we support those colleagues with families and other care commitments through our family friendly policies.
Health and wellbeing
The wellbeing of our colleagues is extremely important to us. Everyone who joins Bromford is eligible for enhanced sick pay (up to 6 months full sick pay) irrespective of length of service to support colleagues when they may need it the most.
We provide a versatile colleague assistance programme where colleagues can get advice about legal matters, mental health issues, debt advice, dietary and fitness guidance, childcare and much more. We also provide face-to-face and telephone counselling service, and have more than 70 qualified Mental Health First Aiders across our geography.
Colleagues receive an annual allowance of £500 each year which can be used to spend towards a choice of benefits including things like private medical cover, dental treatment and gym membership.
We also offer an online reward portal where colleagues can save money on their shopping bills and receive cashback on purchases; everything from weekly supermarket shops to booking your next summer holiday.
Learning and development
We’re curious about learning new things. We offer continuous personal and professional development; committing to growing our own. This could be through internal job moves or secondment opportunities or specialist training courses for existing leaders and aspiring leaders of the future.
We also recognise the value of giving colleagues a period of sabbatical leave as an opportunity to broaden their experiences (e.g. travelling abroad) or to try out something new (e.g. voluntary or charitable work).