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‘I receive 4 weeks stat sick pay due to working here for more than 2 years’
‘great scheme but not something that I use. They offer 40% off a new bike if you spend from £100 - £1,000’
‘discounts on a lot of products from kitting out your new kitchen to buying a new console!’
I love the Expression of Wish (death in service) Form, that benefits get better the longer you are with the company, the MAD (make a difference) days. Worst thing would be that we do not have health insurance but this isn't very common anyway.
The benefits package is comprehensive in breadth but I would prefer to get things I would actually use - ie private medical and or dental completely paid for and forgo the other benefits.
25 holidays per year, onsite heavily subsidised Spa and Starbucks, heavily subsidised canteen + free snacks, fruit & drinks. Flexible hours (unfortuntately not for sales of CEx though), enhanced maternity, sick pay after 6 months, £2 a month gym, discounted physio
Lots of free stuff, coffee,chocolate, drinks, lots of incentives, free pizza food being brought in
subsidized services onsite like food and haircuts
The best benefit was the subsidised canteen and free food/drink
Lots of benefits available. Some are dependent on role/length of service.
Enhanced benefits beyond, there is no formal flexible working or work from
The variety of benefits which are not just about the employee, but also their spouse and kids
the benefits are great from free tea /coffee / chocolate to sick pay and engagement that they put on for the staff throughout the year
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