Holiday time, and average pay, sick pay
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.
The BBC offers a wide variety of benefits for its staff. They include money off a wide range of products and services such as tax-free bikes, electrical goods, childcare etc.
Flexible ours and sabatical, sick pay, bike to work scheme low income
The pension scheme is good - you pay in 8% and BBC pay in 10%. There are some decent employee perks via a website scheme.
Benefits arent as good as other industry companies, lack of bonus.
I was a contractor and not entitled to benefits from the organisation.
That they don't exist. There is literally no perks.