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‘The sick pay is as expected for an organization as large and well-resourced as the BBC. On top of the sick pay and leave there are personal days to be used at your discretion.’
‘Ability to work from home’
‘Able to work from home’
Salary/work life balance. I really enjoyed working on the content but shift work can be awful
There is no bonus scheme
It does not improve and is not fair to all employees, big gap between top earners and programme makers
Perks at work is good. Opt-in pension with Aviva (option in 2019) which provides better interest.
No private health. Pension is state opt-in only with no employer contributions. Only ‘perk’ is out of hours taxi service (before 6am and after 2330)
Only available at one time of year not if you start later
Liberal approach to annual leave, option to buy more
Good package with access to third-party deals using internal program. Plenty of flexibility for family and personal reasons.
Standard benefits package for a UK employer I'd say.
no great benefits, the usual pension and holidays. There is this thing called BBC perks which gives you cheap cinema tickets, discounts of electronic items, mobile phone deals and laptops etc
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