Financial assistance is provided for further education to different members of staff and time off for exams and study is also given. DBS Law are also continually working on developing their young managers and recently two of their young managers have been promoted to Associate Director roles within the company. Their involvement with the DBS Heart Project has helped them to take ownership and responsibility of small projects which is required to develop themselves independently and help build managerial and leadership skills. The aim is to prepare them to take on senior management roles in the coming years. Employees are also encouraged to train other members of staff and share their knowledge and expertise. Continued in-house training sessions are arranged frequently for staff.
DBS Law currently works in partnership with Birmingham City Council to provide road safety classes for children of primary school age. In order to widen the appeal of these they have asked the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra to create a series of concerts that will capture the imagination of younger people across the West Midlands. The concerts will be performed at the CBSO Centre from early 2013. DBS Law executives hope to have shared their musical vision with around 3,000 children from 55 schools in Birmingham before the end of the summer school term. The current 'Clock on to Safety' campaign features an animated film and an appearance by a giant clock, one of the firm’s logos. It’s proved to be very popular with children and teachers so far, originally intended to be a one-off show at a local school, it’s been an unprecedented success. DBS Law have since been struggling to find ways to get out in front of more children but their friends at the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra have stepped up to provide an awesome opportunity to entertain thousands of children with a musical message to keep them safe. The whole project is a great example of the private, voluntary and public sectors working together for the good of the community.
The rewards and recognition scheme provides a wide range of benefits ranging from financial bonuses, flexible time, caring for their health and well being by providing health insurance and gym membership as well as genuine help and support through any difficult personal times. Awards are presented at the annual awards ceremony. Similarly, the company also arranges team dinners for well performing teams and monthly social events for all members of staff to enable them to realise that the company value the contribution they are making towards the growth, development and expansion of the company. Financial assistance is provided for further education to different members of staff and time off for exams and study is also given. Staff are also invited to attend external functions throughout the year.
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Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave
On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours
On-site nursery or vouchers
Full family cover
Dental insurance offer to all employees
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