New Benefits, including 30 weeks of fully paid maternity leave

March 12, 2020

Late last year we sat down with our HR team to talk about an increased focus on the wellbeing of our staff at Splash Damage.

We talked about how as our staff get older their priorities in life change, and that our benefits package should be reflective of those changes, and of the diversity of our staff, for those who need it.

Well, our new slew of benefits do just that:


We now offer 30 weeks fully paid maternity leave (in addition to the statutory 6 weeks) and 10 weeks fully paid paternity leave.

We also offer shared parental leave options, ensuring families have full flexibility in how they manage their time.

That 30 weeks also extends to the primary caregiver in adoption situations, regardless of gender.


All of our staff have access to professional on-site counselling, operated by an external provider with full confidentiality.

In addition, we offer an extensive Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), which is a 24 hour a day helpline staffed by experienced counsellors, legal and financial specialists.

We are planning to offer Mental Health Awareness training on a regular basis, and yearly Mental Health training for our line managers.


All Splash staff have 36 days off every year, including 8 public holidays and an additional 3 day Christmas break.


We have recently added a Virtual GP service to ensure our staff can get seen, referrals and prescriptions quickly, in addition to our extensive relationships with local GP surgeries.

We’ve also added Life Assurance to our benefits package to give all of our staff and their families peace of mind.

In addition to our fully paid gym memberships, we’ve recently added two cycle to work schemes as part of our commitment to both the physical health of our staff and our green initiatives.

These are just some of the new additions to our already comprehensive benefits package, some of which you can see on our Careers page. If you’re interested in a role at Splash Damage, why not apply today?