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Flexible benefits scheme with a range of benefits including bus passes, car parking passes, discounted gym membership. Overall lots of good benefits
the company had a number of benefits but depending on the length of service. it was a 6 month wait to be entitled to the basic benefits
Lancaster is one of the best university to attend and the benefits it provides are extremely good .
Good annual leave and lovely campus
Gym and transportation discounts. Good Flexible Benefits scheme, but can only be enrolled in a certain specific time of the year.
As part-time bar staff there were plenty of events through the year that managers would organise to say thank you. It helped create a good environment and made us feel valued.
Cons: building and office is shabby and in need of a thorough modernisation. Pros: flexible working hours and office arrangements; managers trust you you to get on with the job without breathing down your neck. Good colleagues. Excellent career prospects. Good professional development offered for free. Staff health support.
It's a typical UK university in terms of benefits package
Fairly standard compared to other universities, though the option for private dental insurance is more important here given the limited number of NHS dentists in the area. There are interest free loans to help with EU nationals dealing with Brexit uncertainty, but this is fairly standard across many UK universities at the moment. You are treated a little unfairly with slightly reduced leave if you start midway through a month in a year, as you get 2 days for the whole month and nothing for starting part way through a month. Also, fewer days leave in Research Associate position vs Senior Research Position despite doing the same work (and getting paid less!).
lots of stuff library stuff.
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