Excellent pension scheme, flexi time (weekly target hours, though no flexibility to work extra one week and then less the following week.
25 days holiday. Also flexible working hours which is very good.
You get private medical insurance for yourself, but there is massive inequality. Your neighbour may get the tax on their benefits paid by the company while you don't or private schooling, it's down to how you were recruited.
Flexible working, ability to work from home, half-day Fridays
The company offers many benefits like you get company car and it treats you as a family and you get free lunch discounts for flights
Benefits are ok, management get private healthcare. There are company specific discounts for example cinema tickets and reloaded gift card discount at popular stores. Sick pay, flexible working, working from home are included.
The review is concerning Airbus Defence and Space UK. The most tangible benefit provided is the access to Airbus group-specific "lifestyle" web portal with a selection of discount offers (such as shopping vouchers, reloadable cards, on-line voucher codes, cashback, etc.). Examples: up to 40% discount on cinema tickets in major mutliplex cinema networks in the UK; 20% discount on National Express coach tickets; 8% on Expedia bookings, 10% on Holiday Autos car hire, etc. Flexi-time working with "core hours" between 09:30 and 16:00 (12:00 on Fridays) and max. 1 flexi day off per month. 25 days of annual leave (but including mandatory closure between Christmas and New Year's Eve) "Smart salary sacrifice" scheme to deduce pension contributions before income tax. Optional private health insurance, but without dental cover. Two different company shares buy programmes (but mutually exclusive).
Learning lots of different approaches to develop the model.
You can take days off with the extra hours
Not one of the best for benefits, but enough to survive comfortably
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