You get a percentage of base salary to spend on benefits or take as cash (17% at the mid senior grades UK). Though you have to take medical cover or lose the cash equivalent and a couple of much smaller minor things. You can buy or sell up to 10 days vacation usually with no issues (utilization targets exclude vacation so it doesn't hurt your targets if you buy additional days). Company will pay additional pension percentage if you also pay in. Company car scheme if you want to pay, or just keep the money and have your own car, though note the company counts you as having a company car for mileage expenses if you just take the money.
Best thing is the WFH option! Happier workers and good compensation especially if you work away from home a couple of days in the week and are stationed on Client site away from family. Capgemini is also a fantastic company with lots of benefits for families with little kids. There are part-time and flexible working options. All depends on the role you apply for and length of servitude.
No downsides - very comprehensive benefits package. Perhaps the only thing missing in it is a health club subsidy, otherwise no complaints!
Best thing is the range offered; there is something for everyone. Worst thing is that you have to use it parts of it and you can't just keep it as an addition to your base salary.
Lots to choose from, great for any time in life excellent service.
Can only access certain benefits after probation period is passed
Standard holidays, very little pay rise after annual review
Good pension contributions, tax efficient flexible benefits, eyes test vouchers and glasses contribution, Training opportunities.
Good number of days holiday with an option to buy more (I had 26 days paid holiday a year and brought another 10 days).
Perks are not that good. No expectations should there to get more compensations. You will get good amount of paid leaves as per company policy
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.