- Pension - 25 days of paid annual leave (plus Christmas closure) - Extended maternity pay (12 weeks full pay) - Sick pay (20 working days at full pay and 20 working days at half pay) - Childcare vouchers - Cycle to Work
25 days annual leave and EAP
Very average benefit, they did not provide pension back then. Not sure if things have improved since 2014.
Best things - Christmas closure, regular holiday closures. Worst things: Pension - Only 1 percent Sick leave - 20 days full-pay, 20 days half-pay Annual leave - 25 days Flexible working - Please get it in writing immediately after a job offer before starting work, as managers will change their word once you start working and not provide an flexible working support.
Offers pension and holiday, but both are standard. Promises of monthly bonuses, but never once paid any bonuses.
The benefits package was upgraded in July 2016 so many of these posts are out of date. For instance, GSM London now offers Death in Service cover and has increased its annual sick pay cover to 28 days a year. Generous additional paid lead over Christmas/New Year in addition to contractual holiday pay
Repays travel when travelling to different campuses (harder to claim when driving though). Only 5 day of paid sick leave per year (anything beyond this, will be subject to disciplinarily action, if your manager does not like you very much).
holiday, pension, sick pay,
No one who actually did any work received a bonus. No one seemed to even know who received a bonus and we were told that we should be thankful to still have our jobs
Lowest of the low pension package with Scottish Widows. Nothing else (unless you are in a £50k plus position and don't need to go into work).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.