Good Employer Pension is provided
Free eye tests every 2 years. BUPA health checks (never used it yet although I ought to). 14% employer pension contribution for over 50's with 6% employee contribution. Ability to add AVC's on top of this to 50% max. Small gym on site in building. 25 days Annual leave. Salary in line with market but my pay rise last year was a resounding 0% despite meeting all targets and deliverables, so don't expect any pay rise even in line with inflation 'cos you may get zilch like myself. Ability to participate in share save scheme up to 10% of salary and share purchase every 6 months at 15% discount.
Private health insurance, access to employee perks, great gym membership subsidy scheme and a load of encouragement for training! Best think is great flexibility about working from home and the ability to take a sabbatical after a certain amount of time in the company.
Excellent supportive benefits scheme. Good people company.
I found Accenture experience totally subjected to an employee’s nature. If you are introvert and don’t ask for work proactively, you might feel like a tiny fish in a vast ocean, and probably become an unidentified robo in the crowd.
Good Pay and best place to work
I thinks benifits are really good with 30 days vacation, upto 10 days buy out of vacation till SM level, generous pension with 12% contribution from firm after 40 years of age. Mobile rental reimbursement, gym subsidy etc.
Private health insurance available; subsidised gym membership; no company card or phone; small gifts occasionally to mark good performance; base salary is quite low relative to competition
Great benefits package, mainly pension
30 days' holiday and equal maternity/paternity leave are best aspects. Limited performance based bonuses are negative.
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