Pretty good benefits package overall: good holiday package (once you've accumulated the full amount), great perks (like breakfast, treats, drinks, great coffee), fun socials, remote working, team development budget, cycle to work, childcare vouchers, bonus scheme!
Good compensation but not much apart from this.
Poor benefits compared to other agencies. No medical insurance; long contractual hours (9-6); excessive unpaid overtime demanded; few holidays (22 including Xmas); statutory minimum pension; Friday breakfasts are decent as is the coffee.
Bare minimum benefits: statutory pension; statutory sick leave; 22 days holiday + 1 day per year after 1 year's service up to a max of 5 days; small bonus which doesn't reflect the vast amount of unpaid effort/overtime expected. No formal time off in lieu. Free coffee/tea and Friday breakfasts. Long core working hours (9-6). Friday finish at 4.30 but not possible for everyone. Long hours culture with a little remote working tolerated rather than embraced. No medical insurance. No culture of supporting volunteering/giving back.
Only 22 days annual leave (office is open between Christmas and NY). A discretionary bonus but you'll have to wait long to qualify, after 1 year (excluding probation period) and it's only paid in March so it can be 2 years before you see it (most people don't last that long). Pension - company contributes 1%
Fair package for most of the employees
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