Best: generous pension Worst: standardised so only suits some employees
As I was only an intern at this company I am unsure on the complete benefits package. But even as an intern you are given the same flexible working with core hours being 10am-4pm, you are also given the flexibility to work from home.
You get free books, etc. when they come into the store sometimes, or you get discounts on stock and first pick.
Annual Leave is standard, with 25 days for staff having been there below 5 years, 27 days for 5-10 years and 30 days after 10 years. Good pension scheme, with employee matching. The 'benefits' package is just discounts at a few, seemingly random retailers. The majority of staff never use the discounts as they are small and can be more admin than they're worth. Home working is encouraged, especially on Friday's which, for many of the staff, seem to be used as a day off in the world of CRUK.
As a charity, benefits are non financial so take the form of flexible working and generous holiday allowances. No bonus, as you would expect.
I was in a volunteer summer intern role so benefits packages weren't applicable to my role, but I was able to take holiday (obviously unpaid because I was in a volunteer role)
Very few perks provided. Not a great level of appreciation for their underpay ed over worked staff
Interns are unpaid, expected to work between 3-4 days per week. Provided travel expenses (capped) and £4 lunch money per day.
18% pension contribution from employer from 8% employee contribution. Excellent pension through USS. 32 days holiday per year. Relatively flexible working hours. 32
Good annual leave. It generally starts at 25 days and you get extra days after 5 years. You can also buy up to 5 extra days.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.