Best - Friendly welcoming, good paid, Company culture is excellent concentrates on Employees wellbeing. Lots of assistance if you wish to get further with your career. Ability to work anywhere in the World.
pension is good. Also provide season ticket loan and an opportunity to buy additional annual leave for the coming year which is useful.
buy/sell leave, flexible benefits package
Package is full of great options, but is lacking some very common benefits like company car allowance. Employer matches your pension contribution of up to 7%.
Best - paid holidays, paid sick leave, optional private health care on top of public health care, matching pension savings. Cons are that it is hard to negotiate sabbatical and professional development option can be hard to access for younger staff.
The pension was ok, at around the median for the industry. Pay was below average for industry.
Can buy additional leave. Only 20 days basic leave. Pension matched to 7%
Pros: 30 days annual leave and the chance to buy extra holidays up till 45 days. Cycle to work Scheme. Gym membership discount, relocation allowance. Cons: Nothing so far.
Flexible benefits system 'Pebbles' is complex and limited. If you are single it is pointless. Holiday is dreadful, they advertise 30 days, but this includes bank holidays, so when you those and the company days off you are left with around 20. Health care is pointless, better off getting your own.
Beneifts are standard: lease on gym membership, travel card and bycicle scheme, insurances and dentist.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.