Free lunch Monday - Thursday
PROS: - Your standard 'Corporate America' package. - Vitality, the private healthcare provider, is great: private dental; Apple Watch; massages; cinema tickets; Starbucks coffee. - 25 days holiday + ability to earn extra days by working weekends. - Monday-Thursday lunch is provided through Seamless, up to £7.20, which offers a variety of food choices. Friday is an opportunity to experiment with local markets (e.g. Spitalfields). - Snacks, drinks and yoghurts are provided in the kitchen on each floor every day. Sometimes also breakfast items, but this is not consistent. More recently non-dairy milk choices have been introduced. - Cycle to work scheme and season tickets are also available. CONS: - Compensation lags below peers at competitors. - Officially, work/life balance is encouraged and said to be better than at competing firms in the industry, but in practice, 9-5 never happens. - Feels like much of the financial comp is used towards providing the benefits mentioned above, but would be nice to be able to choose between receiving a cash stipend on top of the salary instead of, say, the free lunch.
Healthcare, dental care, flexible working, parental leave, train fare loans and other perks. Worst thing is not always we’ll communicates
Very comprehensive benefits package. Best thing, free lunches.
Company offers "free" lunch from Mon to Thu, health insurance and cash plan
Free lunch! Great maternity leave benefit and healthcare too.
Good health insurance package, complete. Free lunch a nice bonus although it isn't worth as much as they make it sound.
Great benefits. Would be nice if there was flexible working, however that depends on what role you go for. Other than that you get free coffee with the Vitality package and a Cinema ticket. Free lunches are great as well.
Strong benefits package, health, pension - they match your contributions to a limit. Free lunches 4 days per week, from a choice of local eateries. Social , fun events organised.
Pay increases could be better.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.