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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’
Very good pension and private medical insurance benefits as part of a large organisation with significant take up amongst staff, meaning that low premiums can be procured. Great additional benefits such as travel insurance, season tickets, IT (for Macs only) and other options.
Best: flexible working sometimes, can buy sell holiday, take unpaid leave, buy Bupa cover, use perks at works discount and have acces to free wellbeing promotions
Good work life balance - able to work from home often.
None really. Pension is now nothing special. No other real benefits to speak of.
Ability to work from home 1 to 2 times per week
There were hardly any actual benefits when I worked there. They've got random things like you need to sign up to an external website to get 1% off your Tesco shopping etc but who can be bothered with that?
There are absolutely no benefits to this role, No sick pay, no holiday. Nothing
As it's licence paying money, there isn't loads offered, or maybe because i was a freelancer i had less on offer. All that was remembered was a pension scheme
The pension is good but contributions are high.
There are no benefits to be had.
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