28 days of paid annual leave
Good benefits such as flexible working but this not always consistent across the business. Gym and bar are a good offering as well as the canteen. Employment benefits are good too but sometimes hard to access (sharepoint being difficult to navigate as well as confusion between what HR do and what line managers do). I do think that networking and industry conferences should be promoted more to employees. Despite sponsoring events like Futurebook very few employees know about it or are "allowed" to attend. Being in Cambridge can separate you from the tech and industry hubs such as London which is odd considering how well connected it is. So more thought into allowing employees to mix and connect with the industry would help a lot.
Excellent overall package compensates salaries that are somewhat under competitive benchmarks - in addition to good work/life balance.
Good pension matching and subsidized canteen.
All good and nothing I can think of is bad.
Most things are good. Chance of a small bonus. Pension contributions about 2-3% for free, a gym, work training is available, free Lynda.com courses, travel to work loans, a good canteen, discount schemes which mean you can save 5% on your food shopping bills by buying a reloadable card. Bad thing is that new employees don't get a parking space. It is difficult also to drive in, because the Cambridge traffic means its anywhere from 20-30 minutes from a major road to the offices.
28 days holiday is fantastic, lots of Uni press benefits such as housing scheme, private health discount, free onsite gym with football pitch and an astro turf (sand), onsite canteen (2!) press extra discount and Lynda free learning resource.
Competitive benefits, able to purchase additional holiday, good pension scheme with life assurance. Discounts from major stores available from Press Extra
Subsidised food in café and canteens - makes for cheap breakfast and lunch options.
Free Gym, Tea & coffee, subsidised staff restaurant and bar.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.