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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’
Work from home policy is good
I was an intern so I didn't get paid
Very good pension and flexible working
Maternity pay - 18 weeks full pay then SMP. Paternity pay - 2 weeks full pay. Holidays 25 days + 1 company day off which was just another holiday fixed by BBC (usually added on to Christmas bank holidays to attach to a weekend). Flexible working and home working policies vary between departments but usually limited to a day a week. Good support for professional development, external networking and conferences. No discount on the licence fee.
Good benefits package. The pension scheme used to be stellar, but remains quite good.
The worst thing was the low pay. Almost everywhere else in the city paid more. At the time there was no working from home whatsoever, but this may have changed now.
There are very few benefits for staff, the bulk of benefits and pay rises go to management instead.
A great place when it comes to non-monetary benefits.
the BBC are very supportive of different peoples circumstances, so working from home and flexible working hours makes up for the things they lack
I was a trainee reporter so there was no benefits package. What more can I say.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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