Sandicliffe points particular bonus to assist employees with rising residing prices

Sandicliffe points particular bonus to assist employees with rising residing prices


Household-owned franchised supplier group Sandicliffe has knowledgeable its employees they may obtain a particular cost of £500 in April to assist them address the rising prices of residing.

As excessive petrol costs, rising vitality payments and climbing meals prices proceed to hit households, the AM100 motor retailer instructed its staff it needed to recognise their contribution to the corporate’s monetary stability with a particular gesture.

“You don’t must go far to see one thing within the information in regards to the rising prices, whether or not it’s vitality or meals, so with this in thoughts we will probably be making a cost for a further £500 to all staff,” managing director Paul Woodhouse instructed AM.

“As an organization we admire the contribution every worker makes to the success of the enterprise and this bonus is just capable of be paid due to the monetary stability which their exhausting work generates.”

The Ford, Mazda and Nissan supplier additionally provides each worker entry to the Sandihome portal, which provides staff reductions at an enormous vary of shops, together with cashback on vitality contracts and low cost on groceries.

Sandicliffe employs over 450 employees throughout 9 dealerships in Nottingham, Leicester and Loughborough and has received AM Awards in earlier years for finest on-line shopper expertise, most improved dealership and finest advertising and marketing technique

The group has lately been chosen as one among 15 INEOS brokers within the UK, supplying and sustaining the brand new INEOS Grenadier (pictured, proper) to clients throughout the East Midlands. 

The most recent AM Information Present podcast options Sandicliffe’s knowledge initiatives supervisor Kat Lord and Waylands Automotive head of promoting April Wyatt discussing how advertising and marketing and buyer communications had developed to adapt to the automobile market’s present headwinds.


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December 2022