Good place to work and study
All staff used to get private health care but they took it away, rumour has it senior managers still get it. Benefits have gone drastically downhill from 5 years ago, and if based in the city centre you have to pay for parking which really adds up. Annual leave entitlement is good so long as you're actually allowed to take it (depending on job function you might be restricted to certain times of the year to take annual leave, but if the whole team is away its difficult to arrange)
Basic since it was just a part time job free lunch, flexible hours and had some training and had help when needed.
Great package including health insurance and a generous annual leave entitlement. Plenty of development opportunities, lovely colleagues.
Flexible working was the best thing about working here
Teachers pension plan looked good
Holiday pay was included as part of the benefits package as well as vouchers for retails stores.
Great for holidays though no bonus offered. Private healthcare scheme is pretty good (tax deductible) and they value work/life balance.
The medical benefits have been halved as the university is short of money. Overtime is very hard to claim and , in an attempt to save further money, staff have been told that claims for overtime for working at the weekend will now be rejected.
Better communication; making new friends; friendly environment; confidence.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.