Good things: Good working atomsphere. Agile working. Free iphone, manay benefits. Bad things: big company, so sometimes the process can be slightly slow
Benefits not as good as working in the big banks, health insurance not automatically included, no doctor onsite.
i like the choice they give you, as you can take the extra amount as cash, or as extra holiday days, which you can buy an additional 5 with. This means you can end up with a really nice amount of paid holiday each year right out of university.
No health insurance, you have to use your own flexible benefit allowance for it. Holidays are 25 days. Although you end up not using all because of work load. Salary is very low, perhaps lowest among big4. Not much other benefits, no proper gym discounts (onlu 1 which is in the office-not helpful for client facing staff), no any other discounts are properly available compared to other big4
Have good company options e,g, private health, dental, childcare vouchers etc.
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Flexible working available for all. This includes part time working and no culture of ‘face time’. A really great benefit!
No overtime pay sucks as you work so much overtime. Best part is free phone, usually iphone and usually latest iphone with largest storage capacity, also can order so much from the online store.
Deloitte pay 1.5x your pension contributions, good holidays (26 a year with the option to take 10 more unpaid), career breaks and secondments are possible, maternity leave is good (paternity is just 2 weeks though).
Best - private health, but still costs you money
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