Gneral gifts and great parties. There wasnt much in terms of long term benefits for me as i was part time and studying but i know others who were long term employees loved all the benefits.
Subsidised meals are great. It is rare to receive a bonus at end of year.
Life insurance for all staff Nights out Xmas present Bonus Counselling service Fair policies Staff Discount
Discount is the best benefit, can take a career break if you want to do something else elsewhere for a while which makes it better if you're undecided on what to do.
There are good benefits like holiday package and working conditions. There is a good pension plan and friendly work enviroment.
Free healthy lunch and free Christmas present but bonus is worse every year and only given 10% discount
You can get yearly benefits depending on country's annual performance
Easter egg at waster, Christmas present at Christmas, party with department and Christmas party paid for. Flexible working. Offer extended maternity where you get 50% of salary for additional 12 weeks after 2 years service but for part time workers this isnt beneficial as half your salary is normally less than statutory maternity so you just get statutory pay.
Base salary on average with industry benchmarks, with bonus offering some ability to improve. Employee benefits very strong with discount and health.
christmas present, discounts, yearly bonus if IKEA reaches his goals
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.