Great package through flextra
Private medical insurance, health assessments are offered along with usual benefits package. Pension not the best but could be worse
The benefits package is benchmarked against the other Big 4 firms; bonuses are competitive.
best: flexible and a lot of options to choose worst: obv it is sacrificing your own salary pre tax not really a benefit provided by the company
Good holidays, 25. Have good pension plan and options for healthcare
Best: package is industry standard Worst: very little bonus, but career progression can increase substantially your salary
Good benefits for manager level and above. Before that level, it's not bad either.
About to start work in the London office and the benefits seem great - great student loan for when you start, very good salary.
+Good salary, benefits, bonus structure, etc. -Bonus structure is subjective, promotions are based on likeability and not merit
Good health insurance. Decent canteen with lots of options. Terrible pension that goes overlooked because the firm is mostly young people. Some benefits for parents. Few modern benefits (health and well-being).
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