GSMA employ a large number of contractors. The direct financial compensation is good, but is difficult to negotiate, and other benefits are limited
Good holidays and flexible working
Private Heath insurance with Vitality (it changes every few years), flexible working, regular food offered within the London office. Learning and development has improved a lot recently including LinkedIn Learning. However performance bonus for perm and FTC staff is included in the banding baseline, effectively not a bonus.
Good pension scheme but it is really unclear how you can benefit of personal development training inside the company
Good pension, healthcare (vitality), life assurance, cycle scheme, childcare voucher scheme, free fruit and drinks, plus cereals and pastries /bacon sarnies on a friday!
Generous pay and benefits, great offices. Management flexible although more with some than others. They want their pound of flesh.
30 days holiday At least 1 day to work from home per week Great travel opportunities Good working hours with a lot of flexibility Guaranteed bonuses PMI but no dental Free breakfast and snacks Pension is not good Great events
work and life balance. fruit in the morning
(optional) private health insurance is quite good. Contributory pension is quite good, though not outstanding. Cycle to work scheme is also in place. For work travel above 4/5 hours business class is the company norm. Working from home is a widely used option.
holiday time good, and can work from home.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.