Best: flexible working hours Worst:
if youre a senior civil servant the pension is spectacular. Otherwise there aren't really any benefits worth speaking of - fleible working isn't all that; holidays are the same as anywhere else; theyre down on you like a ton of bricks if you're sick; you only get bonuses at very senior level (regardless of performance).
The best benefits involved flexible working, working from home, generous annual leave and sick pay. There was no extra benefits that involved pay or external services.
Fantastic benefits package, can't find any fault
Pension, employee assistance program, flexi working
Flexible working, working from home and time in lieu available. Not a bad pension scheme which is probably the best thing about the position.
Good pension but not what it used to be. However, still offers good job security and leave. No other benefits really offered.
Employer contribution is 20%. Benefits package doesn't exist - this is the Civil Service, you know.
Best thing is Flexi time working, so you can build up 3 days per month. However they have no official remote working policy, which is a shame as it could massively benefit the workforce.
Job security is good once you have passed the probationary period. Pressure of work targets can be daunting, but really that just depends on which office you find yourself in.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.