Everything is good in terms of benefits and package. Bad part is no remote working option.
Pretty standard benefits plan, average pension, holidays, performance bonus, phone contract discount, gym membership. I believe the higher ups get extra perks like health care, company car etc.
good pension and bonus scheme
Pension matched to 5%, car allowance and flexible with working hours when you have out of work appointments. A lot of give and take as long as it does not impact on the work flow.
Five days discretionary sick pay is fair. Performance bonus available. Pension 5% matched contribution is good. Childcare vouchers. Death in service. All good stuff that they don't have to offer but choose to. Otherwise, it totally depends on your role. Some staff get a car. Some staff get gym membership. Most staff don't.
Company car, free tea and coffee, gym membership and annual bonus.
Free Costa coffee, free gym membership
Worst thing is the maternity package
You are entitled to free accommodation (including bills) for 2 years if you relocate from outside the United Kingdom. Moreover, there is a bonus scheme that allows you to have extra money following a review of your job performance, which sometimes depends on who does it. Since you are supposed to work four weekends in a row, you get the fifth off during the so-called long weekend, lasting from Saturday to the following Tuesday. Standard 28 days of holiday and two free flights back to your own country per year. Sick days are not paid. That is a shame.
Bonus between 5% - 10%. They should give stock options. Only 5 days sick pay. There is so many people in the same office that their is always illness going around.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.