The company leans on contractors a lot, so continuity is a problem. A lot of senior managers report to a single senior director in Marketing, so its quite top heavy.
Best: share package, healthcare, bonus, flex working Worst: can't think of any
the base salary is good versus comparative industry, however the level of bonus is limited Good added benefit such as car allowance, private healthcare
Great place to work with a lot of benefits benefits vary based on the grade .
Best - pension scheme, annual bonus, various shares schemes, medical, car allowance, generous annual leave, subsidised gym membership, bike schemes
Sharesave is great if you plan on staying for at least 10 years
No bonus scheme which is a shame
As a contractor I am not privy to company benefits nor does it apply to my rate. However, I have heard that GSK does provide a suitable benefits package that includes a handsome pension scheme, gym access, parking and other healthcare benefits
Industry standard value (or slightly below market). Shares are awarded as a loyalty tool (you need 3 years with company before you can take them out; so technically you start getting them after at least 3 years of employment). Package value is capped and you buy share/insurance/pension by sacrificing your salary.
great share reward scheme, offer to buy tax free holidays, health insurance for whole family available too