Not as good as london
Pension is terrible. you put in 5%, they put in 3% - if you put in less than 5%, they pay in 1% - if you put in more than 5%, they still put in 3%. This is the worst deal of all the big four, by a significant margin. Bonus for manager level and below is the same for all employees, Dec 2016 it was £1500, Dec 2017 it was £2000.
Free lunch in offices is a perk, along with usual pension, healthcare, dental plans, etc - you self-select from menu with total allowance to spend. Annual changes/increases allowed.
KPMG offers a flexible benefits scheme where individuals can tailor their benefit package, including gym membership, cycle to work, extra holiday on salary sacrifice and medical insurance.
In comparison to other big 4, the benefit are great - lunch allowance and birthday holiday
Best things is free lunch allowance
Lunch allowance included which can be used in the office canteen or claimed on expenses when working out of the office
- Providing of good models of laptops and mobile phones for work use - Yearly bonus is not large but small rewards are given year round based on performance - Flexible benefits dependent on needs available at a subsidised cost
Certain perks are only available to the higher grades.
Good sickness policy. Attractive pension options. Bonus isn't very big considered to anything in industry but it is nice to receive before christmas at year end.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.