No matter what job you do, or where you do it, you should feel valued and appreciated. That’s why, in order to attract, motivate and retain the best people, we offer a very competitive total reward package. This reward package enables our employees to share in the success they help to create. It includes a core Old Mutual Wealth-funded package of rewards and benefits and optional, flexible benefits that you can add.
- Annual salary review –based on market rate and personal performance.
- Bonus – most employees are eligible to participate in our bonus scheme, based on the company’s performance and their contribution to it.
- Pension Scheme – non-contributory company pension scheme, that can be boosted through personal contributions.
- Protection benefits provided as part of the package – life assurance, income protection, personal accident insurance and private healthcare.
You can also choose from a selection of benefits that can be added to your package through ‘salary-sacrifice.’ That means the relevant amount will be deducted from your salary to cover the additional options – an efficient way to pay for them. Your options include a variety of well-being, protection and family-friendly options. You can change these options each year as your needs change.
We have negotiated employee discount agreements with a number of popular local shops, restaurants and fitness centres.
Throughout the year, our employees can nominate and reward colleagues with prizes for exceptional performance, behaviour and actions characteristic of our values.
Our employees also benefit from an ongoing series of well-being events ranging from massage and reflexology to fitness assessments and quit smoking advice sessions.
Living Wage Employer
In line with our commitment to be recognised as a responsible business, Old Mutual Wealth has been accredited as a Living Wage Employer.
In practice this means that for all directly employed UK staff, and suppliers’ staff working on our UK sites, we voluntarily commit to paying, at a minimum, the Living Wage hourly rate, which is set independently and updated annually (November) by the Living Wage Foundation and is based on the cost of living. Find out more here.