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Fuel Card Service adds Perkbox programme

Fuel Card Service adds Perkbox programme

Fuel Card Services has enhanced its attractive employee benefits by adding the Perkbox programme. Its people already enjoy rest area televisions, fresh fruit baskets, massage chairs and an extra ‘birthday’ day off.

The new engagement programme brings further rewards and incentives to 300 personnel across all five Fuel Card Services offices.

Russ Kenyon, head of group sales, said, “Our continuing year-on-year success is largely due to finding and keeping excellent people. Naturally, rewarding them has always been hugely important to us. Everyone likes to receive extra treats and Perkbox offers an efficient way of delivering the sort of worthwhile goodies our people deserve.”

The benefits include discounts at supermarkets, 50 high street chains and 20,000 shops nationally. Other offers cover restaurants, coffee shops, theatres, tourist attractions, gyms, technology, travel and insurance. There are thousands of rewards altogether, all easily redeemed via a smartphone app or through the Perkbox web site.

Fuel Card Services is currently recruiting account management staff. They will be responsible for bringing in new customers and then looking after their business needs. No previous experience is necessary, with full NVQ training provided in sales and account management. Applicants will need to be excellent communicators with a confident telephone manner, self-motivated, energetic and positive. They can expect a competitive salary with uncapped performance bonus, life assurance, pension, discounts on private healthcare and more – including the Perkbox programme.

People wanting to find out more about joining Fuel Card Services in Burnley, Glasgow, Leeds, Oxford or Whitstable should email [email protected]

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