Good conditions of employment:
M&S has totally understood that it was its people who bring to the company its success. So M&s is very attentive to its employees and try to bring the best conditions of employment as possible. Thus, the company provides several benefits that cover many stages of people’s lives:
Taking time out to study
Help to start a career
“Some of the ways in which Marks & Spencer can support you in making the best decisions are as follows.
Including a range of options: part time working, job sharing, term time working.
Once you have completed two years’ continuous service, you may be entitled to career leave, which is usually for a maximum of 9 months.
The Company offers a combination of both paid and unpaid leave to assist you should you need time off to care for a sick partner, child, parent or other dependent.
It is possible to take a break in service to cope with a long-term career need. One requirement is that the employee has a minimum of two years continuous service.
Domestic leave entitlements:
Reasonable unpaid time off for domestic incidents such as
family illness or accident. There is no service qualifying period.
You are entitled to time off and any expenses, including loss of earnings should you be called up for jury service.
Justice of the Peace or school governor:
If you are, or intend to become, a Justice of the
Peace or school governor discuss the details and arrangements with your line manager. This may affect your working hours.”
(M&S employee’s Handbook)
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