the benefits are great from free tea /coffee / chocolate to sick pay and engagement that they put on for the staff throughout the year
Best thing would be work flexibility and holiday allowance. Worst thing is the salary and room to progress
Benefits are fantastic-Benefits are fantastic
Free drinks and cheap subsidised food. Share save scheme. Gym membership. Spa on site. No real defined pay structure yet.
Very good package- Loads of perks including unlimited free chocolate, soft drinks and a spa.
A great range of benefits included heavily subsidised gym membership subsidised Starbucks and even an onsite spa again subsidised, also worth noting a great onsite cafe.
AO are falling behind. It's nice to have free drinks and snacks, but when it comes to what really matters, AO are a bit lacklustre. The maternity package is sub-par, and the flexible working policy is inconsistent across the business. Make a Difference Days are wonderful, and something that every business should consider, it's just a shame the uptake is so low for AO.
good food, good on-site cafe
Pension, death in service, childcare vouchers, discount with AO and other companies, breakfast and snacks provided free, on site spa, parties and events aimed at staff and their families, discounted or free tickets for concerts and sports events, employee of the month awards which is never missed, smart-casual dress code, cycle to work scheme, free eye tests, make a difference days, and loads of ad-hoc fun things to get involved in.
Hard to book any holidays for Christmas/ New Year's Eve.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.