Capgemini offers a wide variety of benefits. They can be elected annually in April, with the ability to review your choices (change or remove but not add more choices) in September.
Car allowance, health care, dental, pension and lots of other 'flex' benefits such as money off in stores and money off cinema tickets
All benefits are optional, but are funded from a ‘benefits fund’, proportionate to your salary. Any unspent fund is paid as cash each month.
Cycle to work scheme is good
Capgemini do offer reasonably good range of benefits, however it is very confusing to understand the package.
Capgemini employees are given flexi-benefits. What is not taken as a benefit is received as cash.
Pension contribution is really good comparatively, employee support network is promising and they have plenty of schemes in operation to support the growth of both knowledge and wellbeing of employees - however - not all is clear at the begining worst part is seemingly paying tax free benefits each month whilst this could be displayed better on payslips rather than appearing to be out of pocket as a result of signing up to various flexi-benefits.
Salary is good and the benefits package is flexible allowing selection of benefits that are useful to the individual or to opt out and take ‘cash’.
You get an attractive pay for the work you do
The internship benefits package should be the same as graduates at least.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.