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‘Good sick pay, no issues identified’
‘Can work from home but it is not often used’
‘Private health care is really good’
There is a lot of flexibility as you can work from home.
Flexible working supported at all levels
Contributes additional pension, 27 days holiday and can buy up to 10 more
Bonus is decent Should provide a share system
Basic benefits similar to other professional firms in London, with strong focus on flexible working hours and working parents. However, benefits package have been stagnant for years due to poor profit margin and cost restructuring after being hit by sanctions from regulators.
Variety of benefit packages, a ton to choose from
Flexible working, buy and sell holidays, lots of benefit options upto 8% matched employer pension (16% in total). Bike to work scheme, private medical, critical illness, dental plans can all be taken out on a salary sacrifice basis. Shared parental leave.
You can elect to top up pension or income protection via salary sacrifice. Private medical benefit is very good.
Maternity pay awful, base holiday allowance below all other firms, minimal health package, no gym subsidies etc.
Range of options to choose from, however not very generous benefits, bare minimum in comparison to a lot of other places
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