Pension, private health insurance, additional holiday purchase, travel insurance, dentist insurance, great flexibility, sponsored study
Private healthcare with a decent policy - never had an issue getting treatments covered, including over a long period e.g. long-term physio. A range of other benefits are also available (some by default and others you can purchase using a flexible benefit allowance).
Flexible working is a great perk.
good overall package and pretty standard in the industry with a flexible allowance enabling employees to buy holidays, childcare vouchers and other benefits.
Best work package was the ability to buy additional holiday to add an additional 25 days holiday, or you could spend this on dental care and everyone had a free membership to Bupa HealthCare
Bonuses are arbitrarily awarded and the process is pathetic. People with 10+ years experience are benchmarked against those just out of uni/grad scheme
Great benefits and flexible working arrangements
Non contributory pension and flexible benefits.
Decent benefit options including holiday purchase up to 38 days
You get non contributory pension of around 10% or a little less or higher depending on age. 5-6 months full salary for matt leave, healthcare is very good.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.