Best thing is Dyson discount and worst was when it was reduced.
Bonus scheme has always paid out in the last 5 years I’ve been there. Good discounts with local and national companies too.
3 units a year, and 30% discount down from 50% discount and 12 units a year. Latest products are not available for ages, gives no incentive for staff to purchase latest products and 'show off' technology to friends and family. Bonus scheme is very poor compared to industry standards, other 'perks' are nothing special compared to what you would find in most workplaces.
27 day’s holiday, 6% bonus, 3x 30% off product codes, private healthcare
30% off selected Dyson products
Best is a 50% discount, worst is performance based bonus.
27 days annual leave, bonus that usually pays out, medical and dental cover too. also, discount on products and all benefits expected of a large company.
A fairly middle of the road package overall with tight limits on some benefits. Standard holiday allocation good but no flexibility which is poor.
Onsite gym is great! Offering classes, sports sessions and more! Discounts on Dyson products is also fantastic!
Pension not bad with salary sacrifice Dyson contribute 6% of your salary. Unfortunately as with most things Dyson information is hard to come by and you will have to research everything yourself. Aviva had to be contacted if I wanted to know anything. Staff discount is operated by issuing codes that you enter at the online checkout. Yes great to have 50% discount codes but not much use if the goods are out of stock!! Which is usually the case. Be careful if you decide to sell on Ebay big brother will be watching. As for the much applauded "Dyson bonus" it just makes up for a poor basic wage unless you are one of the big boys. Admittedly Dyson aren't compelled to do any of this but we are working for a billionaire family which unfortunately take and give little in return.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.