all are good, but for medical insurance, it should be worldwide because there was in better hospitals to visit in Libya
They really take care of your health and well-being. Provide free safe cycling and driving courses. Range of lunch time sporting activities. Heavily subsidized lunch, huge range of choice. Free toast, coffee, tea and a lot of cakes and snacks events. Reimbursement for cycling helmets, safety gear for work (ie safety boots).
Diversity environment is quite exceptional. Working with more than 40 different nationalities in your day to day makes a big difference on the culture of the company
Discounted Stock Purchase Plan is a great way to save up money. Pension contribution is on the low end of the industry standard.
They look after people well, especially if you are an "international mobile".
standard benefits are fine, some benefits (car loan, housing, etc) are offered selectively
All standard benefits are covered, such as Private Healthcare, Pension, Holiday Pay and discounts on company shares. The disadvantage to working offshore in the field is that many of the office benefits and events don't apply, and it can be hard to secure holiday time when rosters are ad-hoc and subject to change.
Very good benefits package and flexible e.g. could surrender holidays for healthcare. Not negatives to talk off.
I was a contractor so no benefits apart from occasional work from home which is was even worse as manager non-stop on the phone.
If you are on International contract then the pay is about $10-14K per month. Company provides accomodation, car, flights, medical, schooling etc. But if you are on home country resident then there are no such benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.