Very comprehencsive package of benifits!
the ability to work from home is good
Standard benefits - pension, etc. - with pretty good flexible benefits package - bikes, buy/sell holiday, healthcare, etc.
Not fit for purpose in terms of the market for I.T. - uncompetitive. Incredible inequalities pay and benefit wise in the team. Some people are given anything they want e.g. work from home, flexible working others standard benefits others not so lucky. It is all so so political.
good bens; nice people; good work
Holiday time, and average pay, sick pay
25 days holiday plus 8 public holiday days. Flexible working is discretionary and increasingly hard to get
Benefits include subsidised canteens, and discounts at nearby shops, restaurants and bars. There is also a BBC club which costs extra to join but includes private bars and gyms.
The salaries are below average and the BBC doesn't pay bonuses, or offer medical health or other benefits. There is a DC pension scheme which is fairly generous. The BBC does give you the technology to be able to work flexibly, in different locations or at home, with agreement from your line manager
The BBC pension scheme contributions are generous; they will pay up to an extra 8% of your salary into a pension. Otherwise, there aren't any other major perks that don't come with a salary sacrifice.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.