Elsevier's benefits represent a partnership between the company and its employees, to help employees protect their health, prosper and secure their future.
A range of benefits amongst share purchase, pension, health insurance, employee purchase program, bike to work, flex work, annual/paternity/charitable leave etc.
You get 25 days holiday and can buy an extra 5 days/year (at manager's discretion), which is great. Flexible working means you can work from home some days but very difficult to obtain other types of flexible working arrangements. Some people have been denied working part-time, for example. Maternity pay is below the average of other companies in the RELX group and competitors, and the Pay gap report is one of the worst in the industry too. You also get private health insurance, pension, cycle to work subsidies and other perks for cinema etc. as expected from a big multinational.
Good pension, private health care, gym on site, regular exercise classes, good courses
The variety, everyone is catered for: from childcare to cycle to work scheme, health insurance for you and your family, volunteering days, holidays (and opportunity to purchase more days if needed), flexible working, etc
The best thing is that there are many benefits available to employees. However, some benefits are based on locations for obvious. For instance in India, employees have the use of a bus for transportation while in the UK, we all make our way to work.
No fringe benefits , pension is average but gets better after 3 years
Elsevier has overall excellent benefits, but they're not cheap.
the benefit package is great
The benefits are good. Company is big and in different parts of the world, so benefits differ from location to location.
No benefits. No bonus. Nothing. Only get sick pay after passing a six month probation. If you are unfortunately ill in probation you do not get it paid. You can’t ever work from home either, despite claiming to have flexible working systems and a global technology organisation.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.