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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’
It's public sector. Don't expect too much, because 'What would the Daily Mail say?' But you get a lot of flexibility and are treated well. I'm looking forward to my sabbatical soon, and I'm very glad I'm working at the BBC, because I'm not sure if I would have been able to do it anywhere else.
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
Good benefits package. No bonuses.
good and better then others
25 days a year. 2.5 extra at 10 years. Decent package of standard benefits but mostly out of your salary, including additional annual leave, health care, dental care etc. No bonus scheme.
The best advantage is that you work for one of the most recognized brands in journalism. Also the company has many other job opportunities.
Great and diverse range of shows to work on. Television is a great industry to ya work in and the bbc are great
pension contribution is poor for new employees. You can select whether you want to buy or sell holiday leave.
Good approach to flexi working - where the role allows, a good sick pay package and excellent in terms of diversity.
Decent pension benefits but they are far worse than they used to be. Salaries are good at lower levels but opportunity for growth is low unless entering senior management.
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