by Richard Buckley, Editor, Business Eye

FinTrU has announced a brand-new, market-leading benefit scheme. FinTrU Unplugged offers any employee of Associate level and above, who has served a minimum of five years with the company, access to a four-week paid sabbatical.

In UK businesses, the period of five years is a relatively short requirement of service to afford the opportunity of a sabbatical, similarly, such a benefit is more commonly associated with those in more senior positions.

That FinTrU Unplugged has been launched now with many employees already fitting the criteria is no coincidence.

​Chief Human Resources Officer Sinead Carville said: “We are extremely conscious of work-life balance at FinTrU and how it feeds into positive mental wellbeing. Five years working for a company shows a loyalty and solid commitment that shouldn’t go unrewarded.”

​Unplugged is the chance for employees to refresh, rejuvenate and, for a four-week period, literally unplug from work. It’s a great chance for people to take that trip they always wanted to, work on a hobby they enjoy or simply spend more time with their family.”

​Those who have not yet built up the required service with FinTrU have the opportunity to plan ahead by booking their four-week sabbatical period in advance of their required five years.

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FinTrU's Sinead Carville


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