Flexible benefits so pay for what you want and don't pay for what you don't want. Most benefits are available.
Flexibility on picking the benefits that you'd have the most use of depending on your lifestyle or preferences.
Private healthcare, life insurance, death in service childcare vouchers
Great maternity leave , flexible benefits
a comprehensive package from a good blue-chip employer
All good and what you would expect from big pharma
Flexibility in the benefits package - you can decide what you want to spend money on (additional pension contributions, extra holiday days, car, bike etc).
on site gym, good cafeteria, good annual leave options and time off at christmas
The package is comprehensive, but some of the options are little attractive because the advantages are small (discounts) or hard to get (health questions). Some of the benefits are not relevant, because you just don't have money left to save or spend if you have to pay high rent and child care. These benefits are only relevand for employees without kids or rich parents who pay a low mortgage rate.
Very good benefits package. Healthcare, dental, shopping vouchers, extra days holiday, extra pension payments.