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Staff Benefits

St Martins offers a range of staff benefits. Some of these are available upon starting a job with us and others you will be entitled to after the completion of a probationary period. There are a further level of benefits which are dependent on the amount of time you have worked for us.


Annual leave is based on length of service

Full time staff are entitled to 25 days paid holiday per year in addition to bank holidays (pro rata for part time staff). This increases to 28 days after two years service and 30 days after four years service.


Contributory Pension Scheme up to 6%

St Martins will double your contributions up to a maximum of 6% into a Group Personal Pension Arrangement.


Employee Assistance Program

Staff have access to a professional service providing counselling, support and guidance on lifestyle, health, medical and legal issues.


Health Cash Plan

Staff get a basic membership of a health cash back plan with the option to upgrade for themselves and their family through a monthly deduction from their wages.


Maternity Leave and Pay

Female staff are entitled to take up to 52 weeks leave and maternity pay is calculated according to length of service. Our enhanced maternity pay is available after 2 years of service and offers:

Women who have worked with St Martins for under 2 years are entitled to 52 weeks leave and maternity pay at the statutory rate.


Paternity Leave and Pay

Permanent staff receive up to 2 weeks leave at full pay.


Childcare Voucher Scheme

This allows you to swap up to £55 a week (£243 a month) of pay for tax and NI free childcare vouchers and could enable you to save up to £1,195 per year on child care costs.


Interest free Season Ticket Loans

Staff can apply for an interest free loan to pay for their annual season tickets for travel to work. Deductions are made monthly direct from salary.


Bike to Work Scheme

Staff can save up to 42% off any bicycle and accessories, up to the price of £1000 (min £250) and then pay for this in 12 monthly repayments, automatically deducted from their salary.

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