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‘Excellent flexibility around working from home for parents or carers. Also working from home for colleagues as and when required.’
‘Sick pay offered to all colleagues - extended beyond any ive heard elsewhere.’
‘Flexible working encouraged, and management genuinely care.’
Good: benefits package is excellent. Bad: base salary low and almost no-one gets a bonus.
Private health insurance Flexible working arrangement Interest free season ticket loan
Defined benefit pension (although this has got much worse for new joiners only so big divide between new and old staff) Flexibility to take benefits as cash
Flexible benefits are good, pension is mediocre, flexible working is major plus point but lack of trust by management is major drawback
Gym is awesome, additional holidays that you can buy Not sure about the worst thing.
The benefits are broad and can be taken as cash if not utilised.
Non contributory pension with option of drilling up or down each year (i.e. take more money now or contribute more into pension)
Very good pension benefits
Private health insurance, benefits to cover dental insurance, gym.
The pension and ability to purchase additional leave is excellent and the flexibility to choose different benefits each year is great.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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