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About Inntel Ltd


What is it like to work for Inntel Ltd

Wellbeing
Wellbeing
Inntel seeks to enhance the wellbeing of its employees in many ways. The most successful of these is a monthly health and wellbeing focus, aimed at giving staff access to information to help them live a healthy lifestyle. During the last 12 months the company have been sending out wellbeing updates to all staff, covering subjects such as Healthy Eating, which coincided with a weekly delivery of two boxes of fruit from the local farm shop to encourage staff to eat healthily. During the Summer Holidays there is information on sun care and preventing sun damage. Inntel used this month to promote their cycle-to-work scheme and discounted gym memberships. The company also have an Employee Assistance Programme, designed to give staff access to confidential support and advice from qualified professionals about personal or work matters, all completely free of charge. The business operate an open door policy and all employees can speak to their Managers if they feel they are suffering from workplace stress. Once this is identified, steps are taken to reduce this stress and make any reasonable adjustments necessary.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Over the years Inntel have supported organisations in the local community, such as collecting plastic milk bottles and cartons for the local Brownies group, something that still continues to this day. Each year the company also save any unwanted Active Kids supermarket vouchers and donate these to the local primary schools. Every year Inntel selects a different charity to support. This charity is selected by the Employee of the Year, who then arranges several fundraising events around said charity. These events include amongst other things charity bake-offs, raffles and fancy dress days. In recent years Inntel’s nominated charities have included Cancer Research, MacMillan Nurses, Guide Dogs for the Blind, the East Anglian Children’s Hospice Tree House Appeal, Homes for Heroes, PARC, The Robin Cancer Trust and Make a Wish. The company’s charity for 2016/17 is The Children’s Burn Centre.
Fair Deal
Fair Deal
Inntel offers all staff an annual bonus, which is paid out if the company achieves its targets. The bonus is made up of 50% company targets and 50% individual KPI’s. Whilst this is not unique in itself, all staff attend a monthly company update with either the Managing Director or another member of the Senior Leadership Team, where the names of those who have achieved their monthly KPI target are put into a pot and if selected can have a spin on the ‘wheel of fortune’ to win a prize. The prizes include cinema tickets, bottles of wine, vouchers for a meal for two or gift vouchers. This monthly meeting is called ‘Scores on the Doors’ and not only serves as an opportunity for staff to be brought up to date on what is happening within Inntel during the month but also allows the company to reward staff for their efforts in a light-hearted and enjoyable way.

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Company Statistics

  • UK sites:

    1

  • Staff:

    118

  • Staff Turnover:

    13%

  • Earning £35,000+:

    18%

  • Male : Female:

    25% / 75%

  • Average Age:

    35

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