Flexible working, good healthcare and dental packages. Good pension scheme. Overall the benefit packages are very good.
Performance bonus, and benefits are lackadaisical
very average for the industry and level
You can buy or sell up to 5 days of annual leave and construct your own benefits package based on your personal circumstances.
Very good benefit package (AXA PPP Insurance and a lot of choices)
Flexibility, expensive options detracting from your net salary
For junior grades, the benefits package is good.
Great flexible benefits scheme in the UK - you are given a cash amount, on top of your base salary which you can use to select the benefits (provided by the company) to suit your own personal circumstances. What you don't spend, you get to keep as cash, which is paid monthly with your base salary. Benefits are regularly reviewed.
Reasonable package which can be self selected in part for tailored benefit. Pension and health care adequate. Other options such as voucher schemes for retailers quite good - thoughvthese can only be set once a year.
There is a fairly comprehensive suite of benefits options, which come out of your pay (pre-tax where possible), however nothing to write home about - pension contribution is minimal, car scheme very expensive, etc. Some are compulsory, and if you don't select the benefit because you don't want/need it, they just reduce your salary, which is ridiculous!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.