Ability to buy 5 days extra holiday
Ability to flex holidays up or down by 5 days
Caters for all tastes with a great base package, the flexible package allows you to adapt as your priorities change
Good thing: Evolving benefits Bad thing: Some benefits are not very useable such as reductions in shops
Best - Option to buy additional leave or sell leave if you wish. Health Insurance cover is also good. There is also the option to decrease life cover provided by the company if you do not require it. Finally there is the option to incraese pension contributions. .
Laptop, phone, personal insurance, bike to work,
Although many benefits are offered, employees are not eligible to benefit from all, only a small few. discounts offered for memberships, such as gyms are less than 10%.
Pros - Option to buy/sell holidays, private health care Cons - salary is off market rate, no company car
Private health now comes as standard - good but with NHS not exactly a game changer. Everything else is standard, 25 days leave with option to buy/sell up to 5 days. Salary very low.
Car allowance is non-existent even I travelling thousands of miles on business purposes. Mileage rates are skinny, too. Pension contributions are poor, but death in service, sickness and health income protection are good. Nice recent touch of a day a year to volunteer for a charity of your choice and a £20 voucher on your birthday.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.