it is standard packages as most of the banks
Benefits were great, as well as pay and the care they took of employees.
Plenty of time off from work and plenty of pay and plenty of benefits like gym and food and other things that are good
Medical cover and multiple options for add ons
Best: Generous medical, Long term Disability and life insurance benefits and flexible benefits package. Worst: Vacation allowance - many firms offer the opportunity to purchase additional vacation.
for most of the benefits company pays for you but you have to pay Income Tax - so once you are choosing many options you've got significant decrease from salary. (for UK~ 40% from the benefits) for others options: like bike scheme, family medical care, vision insurance, dental insurance and some others you have to pay from your salary and you only get NI relief which is not very significant. (which is 2% less from initial sum) You could apply for the benefits only once a year so there is no way pay as you go. Over all you pay for the service less than with high street insurance companies. Mostly it's about saving your time. But I didn't call it benefits at all. in my mind benefits when you just get it rather than pay for getting it.
Insurance, gym and other internal policies
Good overall benefits package and share plan
Health insurance, dental cover, life insurance
Holidays, flexible working, health insurance overall company takes care of it's employees and has great benefits package
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.