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Staff are invited to sign up to a newsletter that provides details of the latest offers and discounts available to University employees.
The newsletter which will be launched in time for Christmas, features a round-up of discounted products and services available as part of your University of Liverpool employment benefit package.
There are a wide range of local and national discounts and special offers including discounts on restaurants, bars, holidays, and leisure activities such as: 25% off at La Viña; 15% off Hilton Liverpool; and 20% off at the award winning White Haus Hair and Beauty Salon.
You can also access the University’s online shopping programme Discounts Plus which provides exclusive discounts from retailers such as John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Topshop, Expedia and Sainsburys.
The quarterly newsletter will go out to all staff who subscribe to the mailing list. To sign up and receive the newsletter, visit http://eepurl.com/Bhhzr and follow the instructions.
For full details of the discounts and offers available please visit Benefits Plus and click on Staff Discounts.
The University is committed to extending the range of local and national discounts and welcomes any ideas or suggestions you may have by emailing the Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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