The best benefit is the Bupa health care with the option to pay and add family members. The worst is...
Flexibility to be able to choose from a range of benefits, with an annual review so you are not tied in
Most of the benefits aren't really benefits, i.e. you have to pay so much out of your salary for them.
Really good selection of flexible benefits. You start with a generic package and can swap and change to benefits that suit your lifestyle and needs each year. AT offers more than the usual suspects of benefits and perks and constantly reviews these to keep them exciting, relevant and beneficial. You can buy or sell back holiday. Increase ro reduce life assurance. Opt in or out of health cash plan and so much more. All the little extras are so useful too. Travel insurance, give as you earn, child care vouchers, the wine club. I also really appreciate the pension at AT. Having just received my annual statement it was a lovely surprise in how quickly it has built up through the companies generous contribution and my own. All I would say is keep educating the people on it all year round as some still don't understand just how super the benefits are here. things to improve on - better gym membership options, not just a partner carrier.
Fantastic and varied benefits package available to all staff. This year Auto Trader signed up to Bupa private healthcare that even covers existing conditions. There are a wide range of important and fun benefits on offer which allow for flexibility throughout the year.
Very competitive benefit packages for employees
Great benefits that cover all my needs.
Great Pension policy - company contirbute a lot to the overall amount
Very reasonable annual leave allowance, without restrictions on when they can be taken. Also provide a level of free health cover, for glasses, dental etc...
Auto Trader offers a great range of benefits, ranging from the sensible financial elements through to other programmes such as discounts across a wide variety of shops.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.