Given the diverse nature of the Clyde Group and its distinct companies, different managers will have different approaches, but each manager/director ensures they have weekly/monthly meetings with line managers. Through the Intranet and Bi-yearly newsletter they also look to highlight individual and company achievements.
All employees upon successful completion of Probation are offered the chance to enter the BUPA healthcare scheme with the Group paying the majority of membership costs. Staff also have the option to include members of their immediate family at a discounted cost, providing them with peace of mind and in many instances, allowing them to recognise and successfully treat serious illnesses, found due to regular health checks. The Group has also authorised members of staff to form a Slimming Club using company premises and communications platforms to promote and encourage healthy eating and exercise.
For the past 10 years, The Clyde group has awarded an annual bonus to staff based on the profitable performance of the individual companies and Group as a whole. A personalised letter in advance of the bonus explains why this bonus has been awarded and how each team member has played a role in the success of the Group. To further foster the team spirit within The Group and to reward staff for continued hard work, Dress down/Charity days are held each month with staff encouraged to come to work in casual clothing but also to participate in charity days. Staff volunteer to promote and run charity events within working hours. Staff are also encouraged to submit new ideas for improvements within the organisation either to service provided or working conditions, with the successful ideas communicated via the weekly staff email bulletin.
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At least 33% of senior managers are women
On-site gym or subsidised gym memberships
On-site nursery or vouchers
40% of employees with more than 5 years' service
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