Flexible benefits scheme - Flextra - enables personalised selection.
Good package depends on negotiation, lunch allowance , insurance etc
Lunch allowance, however you lose this if you aren't in the office. Access to gymflex, dental and optical insurances. Pension is terrible, ee has to contribute 5% to get 3%. Not competitive at all and many are not in the pension for this reason.
Benefits - Pension, life insurance, health insurance, performance based bonus, lunch allowance (UK), car allowance for managers and above
Salary fixed for the first 3 years while you are a trainee. Doesn't compare well with investment banking peers considering that we are putting in long hours too and we are working towards a world-class qualification.
Pension is not very good compared to previous companies I have worked for, good staff discounts. Ability to purchase holiday on top of your 25 days.
Can purchase Dental care, healthcare (given free after 5 years of service or promotion in grade), child care vouchers, option to buy holiday, Gym membership and ease a car. Also given lunch allowance.
Best - Birthday leave and jump start Friday (finish at 3pm)
Compatible with the role compared to the market
The benefits for a new graduate are excellent, but they do not pay market rates as career progresses. New joiners are parachuted in on inflated salaries far above what long term staff members are paid
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