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‘Sickness pay is ensured long term . 100% sick pay for short illnesses with no unnecessary questions asked ’
‘Widely accepted work from home or remotely’
‘Cyclescheme is the most common in the UK. Only limitation is the 1K limit on the price of the bike (which is a hassle for people wanting to have a hybrid bike).’
Good benefits overall, even including cash reimbersment for health/wellbeing related spending
Decent package including private health insurance (with low claim limits though), long-term sickness cover, 7% pension contribution flexible working is limited, diversity program is a lot talked about but has no effect in practice, no share option
Everything you could think of for benefits. They have support for your health and wellbeing as well as different tiers of private medical care
Arm’s benefits package takes a while to understand but is progressive and explained really well using RewardHub.
There is a really friendly annual package where you can buy extra days of holidays. Multiple cash benefits, travel, dental, health insurances, pension ...
Flexpot - same benefit for everyone, regardless of salary. Helps paying for essentials for children, plus extras (e.g. music lessons). Makes it possible to afford things for recreation or education.
Paid 4 week sabattical every 4 years, 25 days paid leave, flexible benefits package
Time off, volunteering days, wellbeing fund
Company focused lot on ensuring employees were happy at Arm - a whole team within HR whose job was that
Good benefits while working for the company. Pension scheme, sabbatical every 4 years, Bupa medical cover and bonus schemes, plus others.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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