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STAFF AT PUBLIC relations company Text 100 know when they are on to a good thing. Despite some redundancies last year due to a fall in revenues, people feel everyone is treated fairly at the London-based subsidiary of Next Fifteen Communications, with a 78% positive score for this question.
Public relations consultants typically earn just under £44,500 a year, and have private healthcare for themselves and their families, dental cover and a childcare allowance. There's a flexible contributory pension for all and a non-contributory scheme for managers and above, while maternity and paternity leave reflect length of service. Employees say they have fair pay for their responsibilities (71%) and compared with similar roles in rival firms (70%). They also feel fairly recompensed relative to others in the company (73%). There are no limits to the opportunities to learn and grow here (75%, a top 20 score). People feel their manager regularly shows appreciation for a good job done (84%) and cares about how satisfied they are in their jobs (81%). They make excellent role models (82% and the seventh highest score for this question).
The firm helps make work more fun, with a Nintendo Wii in the office, Friday afternoon 4pm drinks and goodies and fresh fruit. People can leave the office at 3pm (on a rota basis) on Fridays in the summer and they don't end most days exhausted (61%).
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At least 33% of senior managers are women
Companies offering a minimum of 25 days annual leave
10% of staff undertake charitable activities during business hours
On-site nursery or vouchers
Companies offering a final salary or non-contributory pension scheme
Full family cover
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