You get free time
Flexible Working i.e. ability to work from home/ Good pensions benefits
The salary is quite good and 25 days annual leave which is nice. Also you had build up flexi leave by working extra hours and once built up you can take time off as agreed by manager
Best: Nothing Worst: Everything Bad management and unrealistic targets
The best thing is the flexi policy. The worst thing is the pay freeze
Loads of discount schemes, flexi working, maternity and paternity leaves, good people to work with.
Flexible working, pension, discount scheme, annual and public holidays. Best part of benefit package is the flexible working, the rest can be found with most other employers.
Best thing is flexi. Worst thing is catching up on flexi
Good holiday entitlement, flexible working hours. Free eye tests/contribution towards glasses. Good pension, and sick pay. Its all closely scrutinised by Union, so that keeps it all in check.
Base salary for the level of seniority compared to private sector, which pays 100%-200% higher.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.