best: 7.5% employee:20% employer pension contribution worst: lengthy job interview
They follow strict policy in terms of progression and compensation benefits. Therefore pitch development opportunities (Asking you to do work at a higher level for less £££)
You get a good pension; BUPA along with 30 days holiday as standard and a host of other benefits. Overall very decent.
Bonus depends on your job group including bonus percentage and car allowance. General benefits include medical cover, gym facilities in the building, employer contribute to your pension scheme depending on your contribution amount
30 days holiday, 25% pension, 37 hour week
its just the best thing
Very competitive annual leave, pension and employee share scheme
Not many perks in all honesty, paid on time monthly, decent holiday package, no discount on in store items or fuel.
Dynamic and challenging work environment. Agile working practice allowing good work life balance overall. Management are receptive to employee input.
Good base salary and extras.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.