Private healthcare is good, as are the share options. Pension also reasonable, as career average defined benefit, and matched up to a point.
Base salaries are low compared to other companies, bonus paid yearly is average but it really depends on how your category and brand have performed as to what bonus you will receive. BUPA health care is a good benefit. Holiday is as expected.
Best: medical cover and agile working
bupa, reasonable wage. fair sick scheme. wierd attitude to unnecessary weekend work.
Good discount on Unilever products but need to buy from head office stores also free ben and Jerrys ice cream
Need quite a lot of service before women entitled to maternity leave.
Time was flex so that was useful - could work late one day and then finish early the next. Also holiday was pretty flexible and there were pension and staff benefits.
Generally offers the basic benefits that most companies these days offer including health insurance, pensions, etc. Where Unilever stands out is its share scheme which rewards employees the longer they stay in the company with very good pricing. Also free ice-cream!
pension scheme in UK is still very competitive - defined benefits
be sure to read the small print
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