Quick facts

About Plastic Surgeon Fine Finishers

What is it like to work for Plastic Surgeon Fine Finishers

Personal Growth
Personal Growth
For their operational staff, Plastic Surgeon have a training school at Head Office which runs a full time set of repair courses, allowing attendance throughout the year. New skills are taught to a high standard and all members of staff are assigned a mentor within their local team to help them grow and progress through the finisher grading system. The courses are often residential, with finishers in local accommodation. The company actively encourages development of staff and offers a day release training scheme where appropriate. They currently have employees on courses for AAT (accountancy) and CIPD (HR Management) attending local colleges one day a week. Other departments are offered certification exams and training materials, with the company covering all costs. In the last year, members of the IT team have passed certifications to become Microsoft Certified Professionals. The company pays for team building days and evenings, for example Go Ape or Go Karting, where members of teams from across the regions can relax and participate in fun activities. Plastic Surgeon’s employees are valued and treated well, receiving regular training, reviews and rewards for good performance. Staff are empowered to make decisions and to uphold the company ethos and culture, which ultimately encourages all staff to put the customer first.
Plastic Surgeon provide free tea and coffee at HQ and a free to use water filter machine has also been installed. A healthy tuck shop is run by the administration team, with a selection of healthy treats available. The proceeds are donated to the companies chosen charity. Periodic get togethers, whether that be for a birthday, Christmas or a general get together, are a regular occurrence. There are also social gatherings outside of work that everyone is encouraged to attend, with the company regularly picking up the bill. The company have found that building relationships outside of the workplace creates a good atmosphere that continues in the workplace. Plastic Surgeon supports a weekly tennis club, with courts being paid for throughout the year, plus it has also negotiated a discounted corporate gym membership at the local health centre which is taken up by many staff. The company also runs a Homesafe scheme, which is designed to ensure that all field-based staff get home safely. Operational staff can often be lone workers on a construction site and they therefore have safeguards are in place. These ensure that if an employee fails to check in safely via their company mobile phone at the end of their working day, Senior Managers are alerted and appropriate steps taken.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Plastic Surgeon are the sponsors and primary fundraiser for the Dartmoor Search and Rescue Service. They are also the sponsor and fundraiser for the Save The Rhino project. As a result of being sponsors to these services, their employees are involved nationwide with fundraising efforts, which are coordinated by Head Office.

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  • Charity Activities
    Charity Activities

    At least 20% of staff are known to undertake charitable activities during business hours without incurring financial loss

  • Profit Related Payment
    Profit Related Payment

    Companies offering profit related pay to all employees

  • Family Friendly
    Family Friendly

    School hours contracts offered to staff

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    87% / 13%


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