25 days holiday with the option to buy or sell 5 days per year. Working at home is allowed but usually up to the discretion of each line manager.
Best thing was the pension package and continuous training. Lots of opportunity to keep learning. As you'd expect from a public organisation perks overall were low - no coffee / snacks etc.
No perks. Pension, optional health.
That they don't exist. There is literally no perks.
Good benefits package that you can personalise to suit your own circumstances.
Market competitive packages, regular reviews at lower end of pay scales
Pension contribution is matched up to 10%. 25 days holiday plus bank holidays and corporation day. Can buy and sell up to 5 days leave. Cycle to work scheme.
For standard staff. No bonuses. No pay increase. No medical, dental coverage. Minimum gym membership discount, pay for Xmas lunch, pay for Xmas party, not subsidies in the canteen.....Toilets often blocked
Generous pension contributions and overall benefits options are pretty extensive
Its a public service so benefits do not exist!