Why work for EACH? There are many benefits of working for EACH including: Generous annual leave 35 working days, including public holidays, in each complete year based on a 37.5 hour working week. An extra 2 weeks leave will be given for every 5 years’ service completed to be taken during the course of the following leave year unless otherwise negotiated and agreed in accordance with EACH policy. Sick Pay - linked to length of service Enhanced maternity pay – linked to length of service 8 weeks full pay plus 18 weeks half pay plus any SMP/maternity allowance plus 13 weeks SMP/maternity allowance under the statutory scheme plus 13 weeks unpaid leave Pension Package A contributory group personal pension scheme is in operation, to which the charity will match your own contribution from a minimum of 3% up to maximum of 7% of gross annual basic salary. If you are currently a member of the NHS pension scheme or have no more than 12 months out of the NHS pension scheme by the start of your employment with EACH you may be able to continue to contribute to the scheme. You must inform Human Resources of your wish to continue in the NHS pension scheme within three months of joining EACH. Cycle to Work Scheme Cycle to work SchemeEACH have set up a cycle to work scheme with Cyclescheme which enables staff to get tax free bikes for work. Eye Care Scheme EACH offer all employees a free eye test through Specsavers Opticians. The voucher entitles the employee to a full eye examination and a £45 pair of glasses or contribution towards glasses if prescribed specifically and solely for VDU use. In addition to the above we also offer a flexible working environment, subsidised meals and free parking.