Welcome to 'My Barratt Benefits'
As well as excellent contractual benefits we also offer a range of other employee benefits such as our Employee Assistance Programme and My Barratt Staff Shop and flexible benefits such as a dental plan, gym membership and cycle2work. In addition we have a number of enhanced employee policies such as our Maternity, Paternity, Shared Parental and Flexible Working policies.
In terms of our flexible benefits, we regularly review our offering to ensure that we work with the best providers and have the widest range of options including some salary sacrifice options.
A summary of all our employee benefits can be found below:
Our current healthcare benefits include:
- Healthcare cash plan
- Dental plan
- Gym membership
- Cancer checks
- Bupa health and wellbeing services
How to take part in flexible benefits (third party providers)
- Decide which flexible benefits you would like to opt for
- Apply for your benefits following the instructions on this website
- You will receive confirmation of your chosen benefits from your HR Co-ordinator, or Group Payroll, in the form of a HMRC required ‘Benefits Confirmation Statement’
- On receipt of your signed Benefits Confirmation Statement your benefits will be processed by Group Payroll and will take effect from the next available payroll date
Barratt Developments PLC are not responsible for any contract that employees enter into with a third party or any third party website content.
* Salary sacrifice is an efficient way of structuring your pay and benefits, allowing both you and Barratt to save money. Under salary sacrifice, your salary is reduced and Barratt then provide you with a benefit of equal value. Depending on the benefit, this allows you to pay less income tax and / or National Insurance contributions.
Please note: with the exception of holidays you cannot exchange your current benefits for cash or for alternative benefits.
Please note: Due to HMRC regulations we are unable to process any salary sacrifice arrangements whereby the deduction would take an employee’s cash earnings below the National Minimum Wage rates.