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Managers encourage and support their team in the achievement of objectives, offering mentoring and guidance where appropriate. Managers will provide clear and constructive feedback to their team concerning their performance in the achievement of objectives, both formally, through the performance management and appraisal system, and more informally. Managers may nominate members of their team for awards and bonuses where there has been outstanding performance and will also acknowledge and praise team members of good performance generally. Their focus is on ensuring that team members are aware of the value of their work to the firm and the achievement of objectives.
Line managers are encouraged to adopt the same approach with their team members as is taken with them. That is to say, they offer support to team members on both a formal and informal basis. This may come in the form of advice on how tasks can be completed more effectively or seeking additional resources to facilitate the achievement of objectives. Team members are encouraged to be open about any challenges they may encounter so that solutions can be identified and implemented at an early stage. Managers will also meet with their team to de-brief them following the completion of more substantial tasks and projects so that any areas for improvement, either on the part of the team member or the manager can be identified and implemented.
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Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave
On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
On-site nursery or vouchers
Companies offering a final salary or non-contributory pension scheme
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
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