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‘Flixible working in terms of time in/time out, but the core working hours are 9 - 4. So you would have to be working or in the office during those hours, not too flexible. They offer a work-from-home arrangement in emergency situations, but mangment have not ben major fans of this arrangement in recent years.’
‘They offer sick pay up to 7 days if self certified, however they get suspicious and line managers and HR usually demand proof even if its 1 day.’
‘They previously had BUPA and Health Shield coverage, but in the last year this was changed and they would allocate 0.8% of the basic salary to cover health costs (dental, perscriptions, general health, etc). Not a good transition if you are a low earner. ’
Very good benefits package. Heath care, dental and pension.
Pension is quite good at Aker
Health insurance and pension contribution
Healthcare is good. Pension is decent. Strange policy of only allowing employees to change benefits package during a 2 week window in September!
Friendly company with great people that know what their doing. Management considered transparency as an important factor.
Private health care. Sick pay. Poor salary. Free parking. Starbucks coffee. Decent canteen. Gym ( no deadlifts or olympic lifting).
Subsidised gym membership and good pension
it is dependent on profit so we miss it virtually every year pretty much.
Pension plan, BUPA and a new offices.
Private health insurance was ok up to 2016 when the re-orgnisation changes were imposed. Redeundancy benefits are awful. They only offer statutory (not good if you've been there for less than 3 years and on a 1-month notice period)
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