Holiday entitlement was great but at the same time, it was limited as it was a constant struggle to get a full week approved unless you were doing it a year ahead and even then, you would often be waitlisted as they only allowed 2 people maximum for the same day. Staff travel was a perk I never used but heard great and awful things about it; I would suggest choosing a route that had a lot of flights, not something like the Maldives, you’re just dreaming then. The pension was okay but the new pension that they’ve brought in seems to benefit the new contracts better.
You can travel almost anywhere in the world for very little money.
there were many benefits package with BA for example they gave discounted flights tickets and hotels to all their employees and the employees received family and friends rates on flights and hotels.
Working for a well established organisation. Travel is the obvious benefits - both experiences at work and discounted flights for friends and family.
Discounted travel is a great perk but can also be very stressful due to the nature of standby. Sometimes even the best plans get ruined. Often wonder if the stress is worth it.
staff travel is the best package as you can go anywhere on the network and see some amazing places
Great travel benefits. Which get better the longer you stay with the company.
The best areas of benefit would be the legacy pension arrangements but will be changing moving forward and staff travel.
No private healthcare provided, good employer offering travel concessions
There is nothing really outstanding about the benefits packages - discounts are similar to other companies and some discounts are not really discounts as you end up paying for them (in some form or another) via the exclusive clauses and related constraints of use
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.