Training and professional development lie at the heart of PRP's commitment to staff. We provide a rewarding and enjoyable career for all members of staff, set in an environment that encourages everyone to reach their full potential. Recognised as an Investor in People employer, our formula is simple – we provide an integrated mix of training, mentoring and professional career development.
Every office has its own representative on the Learning and Development Steering Group, which is responsible for amalgamating the company's professional and technical needs with an individual's career development. Coupled with the practice's Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme, an in-house seminar and workshop programme, staff also contribute by identifying new and worthwhile conferences and seminars for PRP staff to attend.
All PRP staff have a dedicated line manager responsible for their pastoral care, who through the appraisal system ensures a long term view in developing their needs and aspirations.
We currently offer:
23 days paid annual leave in addition to normal paid bank holidays in each holiday year. This increases to 25 days after 3 full years' employment with the Practice. All employees receive the minimum 28 days per year statutory minimum – pro rata for part time employees.
Contributory Pension Scheme:
The company will contribute to the scheme the sum equivalent to 3% (subject to any statutory limits) of his/her annual basic salary, provided that the employee also contributes an equivalent minimum of 3% of salary to the plan.
Income Protection Scheme:
Provides 50% of salary after 52 weeks illness or until employee able to return to work, for a maximum period of 5 years or age 65 if sooner (when claim accepted by provider).
If using registered or approved childcare, employees can choose to take part of their salary in Childcare Vouchers to pay for it which are tax and NI free.
Interest Free Annual Season Ticket Loan:
After completion of 6 months service.
In line with Annual Appraisals