Generous share schemes: you need to participate in them for three years minimum to see a profit, or 5 years to get tax-free status on them. Staff travel availability: mostly in winter months, in summer it is nonexistent or just standby. Flexible hours/working days: an average working month involves on average 13 days of actual work, the rest being standbys or rest days, you get 23 days of leave a year but the way the system works you can transform that in roughly 7 and a half weeks of effective paid holidays.
Benefits biased towards salary and bonus. Minimal "free" other benefits and pension contribution significantly below market.
Staff travel and Share options
The staff travel is one of the best things you can get and the life insurance. Until now I have not yet found any bad thing about the benefits package
The best thing is the variety and the ease of choosing what benefits suit you. The issue is £88 being deducted after tax from my monthly wage.
It used to offer a wider range of benefits, nowadays it is really focused on family benefits and some retail discounts.
Good share plans and opportunities to get easyJet shares
Good staff travel rates available
Staff travel is the biggest benefit by far. Salaries are really low in general. No career development perspective (you can easily move jobs horizontally but can't go "up" easily)
Decent holiday allowance, a nice monetary bonus at the end of each year and there's always support for workers within the company
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.