Bright Horizons Family Solutions
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Do they pay for you to get there and back for training days

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  • Yes they pay for the hours you are at training and all travel - use concur to add your tickets or mileage and it’s paid into your bank in about a week

  • No, I had to get a lift to one of the branches a way out for unpaid training for the day. I wasn't happy about it whatsoever and neither were the other staff, especially as it was at the weekend. Didn't even supply lunch, we had to take our own.

  • Yes, I am always paid for training and time it takes for me to get their

  • No they pay nothing for any extra hours

  • Yeah you can claim expenses back through concur but it takes forever to set up an account and several attempts to do so. Some managers will give you time back for training if it is out with your normal hours, but again this is at the discretion of the manager.

  • No they don't pay you or give time back. Training is compulsory and is stated in the contracts that all training is in your own time and pay is included within the salary

  • They supply luxury coach travel from door to door

  • The company pay the min wage so that they can try and make a profit and because of that there are more than enough individual's daft enough to go for the job.

  • Yes, you can claim travel expenses back through concur.

  • Yes you do get money back for your travel there and back!. Keep your train tickets, if you have travelled using an Oyster Card just download and print a copy of your journey record for that day, and either, submit these to your line manager, or upload into your Concur account via Brightweb and your fares will reimbursed to your bank account.

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