The Leader knows who everyone is and knows a lot about them. He cares very much for them as individuals and has shown his support in numerous ways over the years in times of personal troubles as well as professional difficulties. He took part in the various fund raising events and could be found in the car park each Monday washing cars with everyone else or collecting the entrance fees at the family day. Everyone enjoys the fact that we do not have a heirarchical approach and the Leader himself is very approachable and very passionate about BRITA and the team.
BRITA has a "Good Cause Fund" of £1500 a year that is set aside to donate to causes within the local community. They also provide funding for the "Training Rugby’s Youth Programme (TRY)" which provides in-school Tag and fifteen a side coaching in West Oxfordshire and to encourage young people to engage in sport to keep fit, learn about teamwork and understand the basics of a healthy lifestyle. We currently donate £694 per month to this initiative. BRITA also provided financial support to two local schoolchildren who needed help to enter the World Karate Championships in Brazil in 2010 so BRITA has donated a total of £1,425.
When employees deserve recognition for high achievements then the Department Head or in some cases the Managing Director will send out a communication to the company to recognise the achievement and ensure that the individual's contribution is highlighted to their colleagues. Ad-hoc bonuses are also used where particularly good work has been done. For example, when ISO 9001 accreditation was achieved, the employees who completed the project were given an additional bonus. Ad hoc bonuses have also been paid out for exceptional sales achievements.
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On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours
On-site nursery or vouchers
Companies offering a final salary or non-contributory pension scheme
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
At least 10 weeks' leave on full pay
Full family cover
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