The worst is that you have to save 3 days from your holiday allowance to use them in when the office is closed. The best is having good calling sick and time off
Best: Flexible working Worst: No commuting benefits
Private medical and dental cover provided at very little cost to the employee.
Flexible working, opportunity to buy holidays, good pension scheme, a benefits platform that helps in savings.
The company benefits are reasonable for a US based company. 25 days holiday (none extra for long term service). Private health cover and a range of the usual salary sacrifice benefits.
Benefits are changed every few years, nothing is standard. Financial perks are not perks at all !
A huge variety of benefits to choose from, e.g. get to buy extra holidays
Average salary, and most of the "flexible benefits" are not worth much apart from life insurance. Good holidays though.
A lot of things are available but you need to pay for majority of it quite much.
Healthcare standard, and can buy leave
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.