Comprehensive benefits package including car allowance from Manager level onwards. Bonus is generally minimal.
Generous vacation of 27 days for managers 25 below manager
No extra time pay. You will be working beyond the contract hours for most of the time.
Best: £7,000 graduate loan to repaid over 48 months interest free. I didn't stay long enough to exhaust the full period so had to repay a portion. Clearly a scheme to encourage 'firm loyalty'. Worst: Everything else. Apart from being able to buy/sell additional holiday there were no other benefits afforded to anyone below the Manager level who are coincidentally also the employees that work the hardest and longest hours. It takes 5 years at a minimum to get to Manager if you start as a graduate. - Matched pension up to 6% - No bonus - If you are a top performer, you get a £1k or £2k increase in base salary over everyone else which when you divide over a whole year net of taxes is negligible. EY believes that because they pay for your Chartered Accountancy qualification and offer paid exam leave, they have done their part. However, having calculated my hourly wage (incl. all the overtime) - I was consistently making below minimum wage per UK standards.
EY looks after their staff - you have a good base level then can choose additional benefits once a year - from gym membership discounts to dental/health care
The best thing about the benefits in this company is that they pay in regularly every year. The disadvantage is that you have to really deserve it by a tremendously hard work.
Good overall but not best in class
Bonus ,bike to work, flexible work
Generous benefits as career progresses. Lower level employee benefits include shopping vouchers/discounts and hotel loyalty programs. Other perks such as life insurance are offered at associate level and above.
Pension scheme is mildly acceptable
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.