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There are many benefits of working for Booksy. There is a great sense of job satisfaction that comes with watching a business go from strength to strength and knowing you are a big part of it. On top of that we get to sell and promote an amazing product.
Employment also comes with many perks including achieving regular team milestones and having the opportunity for job progression.


Other benefits include learning on the job by applying modern sales, marketing and Customer success approaches and using modern tools like CRM, Marketing Automations, Support chat and ticketing system. This is all great experience to have and very beneficial skills to learn.


The team at Booksy are a great bunch of people and the office atmosphere is always relaxed and fun. If you are the type of person to go the extra mile, you will be rewarded. Whether it be winning a prize or incentive or progressing within your role and gaining recognition from other Booksy offices globally.


The social aspect of Booksy is second to none. We organise regular team building/event days and social evenings. We also hold regular training days in the office with guest speakers to keep things fresh in your mind. No two days are the same here and we believe that is key to keeping things enjoyable and interesting.

Answered by Booksy31 October 2019

Booksy does not offer sick pay, employees will receive SSP (statutory sick pay) after four consecutive days of absence. We do not expect people to never be off sick and employees are not sanctioned or fired for being genuinely unwell, this happens to us all. However, if an employee shows a recurring pattern of sickness or is absent more than they are actually at work then we will follow the process we have set out to try and help them improve their attendance. have an in house HR system to support with these processes

Answered by Booksy15 October 2019
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