Bright Futures Staff Benefits

Bright Futures Care Staff benefits

Our new Bright Futures benefits! 

At Bright Futures, we know that our people are the key to the great quality of care and education we provide. We invest in our people, so that they progress in their careers with real opportunities for professional growth. 

Our teams tell us that the benefits of a career with us go far beyond what you would expect within the social care and special education sectors. We offer our people the chance to truly develop their careers alongside like-minded, passionate people, whether that’s our residential or education teams, or those who work in business support roles.  

Recently we’ve been working hard to provide our employees with new benefits, because we know that people are happier if some of life’s challenges are made easier. 

That’s why we were excited to introduce 4 new perks for people to enjoy, in addition to our existing competitive employment package. 

  1. Top-up your pension or take home more pay through Bright Futures salary exchange pension scheme.
  2. Help the environment and save on the cost of buying a bike with our cycle to work scheme.
  3. Save on the cost of leasing an electric vehicle through the Bright Futures  / Octopus EV salary exchange scheme. 
  4. Have peace of mind that your loved ones would be taken care of if the worst happened to you with Bright Futures Life Assurance.

Enjoy the benefits of a happy and healthy work environment here at Bright Futures – for your journey ahead.

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