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Thu, 23 Feb 2012 04:21:37 EST Lauren Johnson discovered senior staff at Payday Express were more than happy to help support her after she said she wanted to volunteer as a Metropolitan special constable.
The UK payday loan company places great importance on staff development and wellbeing and didn't hesitate when it became clear that Lauren would need greater flexibility to combine her job as a contact centre agent with her voluntary position as a special constable with the Metropolitan Police.
After extensive training to become a special constable, volunteers are required to carry out at least 16 hours of work per month. Cash advance loans provider Payday Express offered to support Lauren's volunteer work by giving her flexibility around her hours of work in order for her to carry out the voluntary hours required within a month.
Lauren wanted to train as a special constable so that she could give back to her local community in Bromley.
'I wouldn't have been able to honour my volunteering hours without the support I've been given by the company, for which I'm really grateful,' said Lauren.
Operations manager Sarah Carroll said: 'We are very supportive of staff members who take on volunteer work in the community and are really pleased that Lauren is feeling fulfilled by the post.'
In addition to the support offered to those staff wanting to volunteer in their local community, Payday Express, provides internal training programmes to ensure all those within the organisation achieve their full potential.
About Payday Express:
Payday Express is one of the UK's leading payday advance loans specialists, offering an online service to help employed people across the country get UK payday loans and access to emergency payday loans. The company is committed to responsible lending and provides customers with a discreet and reliable service that will cover their short-term credit needs.
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Telephone: 0800 652 4661
Lauren Johnson discovered senior staff at Payday Express were more than happy to help support her after she said she wanted to volunteer as a Metropolitan special constable.