Once above Assistant Manager the benefits goes from £600 to £5,000. Anything you don't spend on Dental, PMI etc, goes to you as salary
Worst thing is somewhat standard to big places - constrained to the annual review cycle and a lot of process nonsense around filling out forms etc., things like as you've only been doing x for less than 1 year, you automatically don't qualify for certain rewards, even if you've done a great job.
Good spread of benefits, and plenty of options for health and fitness. Benefits allowance is optional and can be taken as salary if not required
Benefits? What benefits? It is ridiculous...also, facilities are uncommentable!
Staff below manager get a £600 options allowance to spend on optional benefits like extra holiday, travel insurance and health insurance. This increases at manager but there is an expectation you would use your increased allowance for a company car so mileage in your own car is paid at a lower rate. Can buy up to an extra 10 days holiday a year (so 35 total) and max carry over of 25 standard days holiday is 5 days. Good luck taking all that holiday though!
Standard benefits as offered by the big 4 and smaller Tier 2 Consulting firms
Benefits are not very good at Junior levels, although money can be made in petrol mileage
Generous benefits. Flexibility to choose what you want and how much you want to contribute towards the benefit.
Flexible and extensive. Can buy an extra five days holiday and have any of the unused five paid back in February (often used as a savings mechanism by employees to pay out post Christmas). Good Company Car scheme with a wide variety of cars. More models become available at Manager and then again as you progress further in the firm. Good flexible working policy.
Good pension contributions and opportunity to buy up to 10 additional holiday days
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.