Benefits and rewards
Ageas has a philosophy of offering a market related remuneration package, based upon individual and company performance. The exact composition of your remuneration package will be determined with reference to where you work and the role that you perform, but the underlying principles of providing a competitive package will be the same.
To get a better understanding of how it works in the business that you have applied to work in, you should discuss this at interview.
Ageas expects its employees to contribute energetically, both individually and as a member of a team, and we know that without our employees we would not be able to achieve consistently high standards and win prestigious industry awards. In return, you can expect Ageas to offer a market-related compensation package linked to company and individual success.
Working at Ageas means you are rewarded with cash and non cash benefits. Cash benefits, such as your salary and bonus are both market and linked and performance based. Out total reward approach means you also have access to a range of benefits and development opportunities to suit your lifestyle and aspirations.
Benefits are a key element of your total reward package. As you can see from the list below there is a wide range of benefits:
- Company Pension Scheme with Company contributions and employee contributions through salary sacrifice
- Discounted insurance products
- Holiday from 21 to 27 days per annum; dependant on job role and location plus bank holidays
- Comprehensive Life Insurance
- Childcare Vouchers through salary sacrifice
- Cycle to Work through salary sacrifice
Other benefits are in place and are job and business dependant and in some areas recognise the sales nature of our Retail businesses:
- Commission/bonus schemes for call centre advisors; in some areas uncapped
- More regular pay rises for call centre advisors where fast track progression schemes exist
Some other local benefits apply dependant on office geographic location which can include the following:
- Subsidised catering facilities
- Subsidised or reduced rate gym membership at local facilities
- Subsidised social events such as an annual party in some locations
- Employee recognition schemes