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About Alsbridge plc

B Alsbridge based in the heart of London’s traditional jewellery quarter, management consultancy Alsbridge really shines in the way that it cares for its employees. Last year the outsourcing specialist, founded in 2002, expanded its workforce from 30 to 50 people, who help companies such as BT, Lloyds andHMRevenue & Customs save money by outsourcing, sharing services and relocating to other areas. Although the company might drive hard bargains for its clients, it gives staff a sterling deal.

Employees rank the firm seventh overall with a 78% positive score for questions on whether they get a Fair Deal. Senior consultants are paid a typical £65,000 a year, there is performance and profit-related pay for all and private healthcare cover that includes partners and dependents. Benefits include critical illness cover, life assurance, dental insurance, and a pension scheme in which staff contribute an average 16% of salary to the firm’s 12.8%. Almost half of employees have share options, and staff in general are happy with pay and benefits (78%). They say they have fair pay compared with people in similar positions in other organisations (79%) and in relation to others in the company (77%) and don’t feel taken advantage of (81%, a top 10 score). People are given regular opportunities to attend or host conferences abroad, and the firm organises awaydays and events to bring staff together. A total of £80,000 a year is spent on fun events such as weekly drinks and other treats.

Employees aren’t spending too much time working (66%), haven’t suffered work-related stress in the past 12 months (84%) and aren’t under too much pressure to perform well (80%). They don’t end up exhausted most days (64%), probably because team members go out of the way to help (86%). Annual leave entitlement is from 25 to 30 days (depending on rank) to keep everyone fresh. Alsbridge staff members say they can learn and grow (75%), with promotions up to partner level and training courses online. The firm pays for external development programmes, too, and people say the whole experience is valuable for their future (90%, and a top 10 score).


What is it like to work for Alsbridge plc

Personal Growth
Personal Growth
The Alsbridge College offers a range of on-line training courses to employees to develop their skills. Development and career opportunities are virtually endless and each promotion is earned on merit alone and not on time served.
Wellbeing
Wellbeing
Employees are extended a great deal of trust and are free to choose to work from home on occasions where they are not required to work at a client’s site. The long hours culture is strongly discouraged and employees seldom work later than 6pm allowing staff to balance their work and home life.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
The company bonus scheme recognises and rewards good work at the end of each financial year and salaries are competitive and in line with market rates. A new flexible benefits scheme has also recently been introduced which includes a pension scheme and private medical insurance.

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Benefits:

  • Shares
    Shares

    Companies where employees are offered share options

  • Holidays
    Holidays

    Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave

  • Childcare
    Childcare

    On-site nursery or vouchers

  • Health Insurance
    Health Insurance

    Full family cover

Company Statistics

  • Annual Sales:

    £6,100,000

  • Staff Turnover:

    14%

  • UK sites:

    3

  • Average Age:

    40

  • Staff:

    51

  • Male : Female:

    67% / 33%

  • Male to Female ratio:

    67% / 33%

  • Earning £35,000+:

    90%

  • Graduate Vacancy Locations:

    Consultancy

  • Provides work experience?:

    Yes

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