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The senior managers demonstrate their commitment to the values most significantly by sitting among the team, in an open plan office where everyone is approachable. Weekly management meetings take place and from there each manager gives necessary feedback from those meetings to their teams. Senior managers are also encouraged to get involved in the social activities outside of work as they feel that by sometimes getting to know the staff outside of a working environment and building good relationships will really help with staff productivity at work.
Big Ideas' staff are important to them and so is their development. Line managers meet with their team members regularly to discuss their personal development. Each person is issued with a training road map containing set objectives. These objectives are always decided with the employee and if training/certifications are involved the company will reimburse the cost upon successful completion of the training/exam and they will also receive a £200 salary increment per exam they pass. Big Ideas also take an interest in staff participating in non-work related training. Each term they offer to pay for a range of evening classes. Each person can pick one course each term and these range from languages to art, dancing, sport and massage.
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On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
On-site nursery or vouchers
Full family cover
At least 10 weeks' leave on full pay
Dental insurance offer to all employees
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