Good matched pension and holiday entitlement above minimum, with ability to buy and sell holiday as required. Flexible working hours.
Access to firms benefit scheme which lets you change your chosen benefits each year
Very flexible and competitive. It is a very good company to work for.
Formal benefits package poor, informal socials/parties good
Low pension contribution from employer
they give you options to select but because of low salary you wont be able to all benefits. have yet to experiance. lets see how it goes
private health insurance, employee insurance, car insurance, benefit, married insurance
Work from home and flexible working hours is the highlight. I have never had any issues with starting work a little later or finishing a couple of hours early, as long as I make up the time.
Discounted gym membership Work from home Employer pension contribution But much lower pay than industry
Long hours to deliver on high workload. Overtime is technically a benefit for levels 2.5 and below, but culture-wise, it comes across as frowned upon and discouraged (although I do think this varies on your team/approver). In this case, the approver makes those submitting overtime feel as though it will jeopardise them politically (i.e career progression wise). Result is you get very little in return for hard work and going the extra mile.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.