Best thing is that private health care is available when you are there (I think)
Benefits are not as generous as in some of the global companies I worked before. E. g. there is a limit on Bupa insurance, also the cost of benefit to employee is much higher than with some of global companies benefiting from economies of scale.
There is an extremely wide and comprehensive benefits package at Liberty IT. Liberty always look after their employees and the benefits package is both generous and flexible in that you can customise it according to your stage of life. The worst thing is also an advantage, but because of the size, some of the suppliers are fixed (but usually very good suppliers).
Flexibility of benefits - we can choose what we want and see the impact to our pay
Company constantly introducing new benefits
Private Health Care Dental Childcare Vouchers Cycle to work Other Tax saving schemes - electricals / cars etc Flexible working Good pension Life Insurance / Critical illness (including partners) Competitive Salary Great offices Tea/Coffee Fruit drops Lots of focus groups, well-being etc Good working equipment - dual monitors, stand up desks, comfortable chairs Social Events Team budgets for nights out Career Breaks
Liberty offer a great range of benefits to all of their employees ranging from free private healthcare to childcare vouchers and cars.
Great if you have kids and want flex but at a price. Working from home brings long hours and then they tell you they want you in the office. Confusing place.
Benefits are "OK" but could be significantly better given the organisation's constant promotion of being part of a "Fortune 100" company. Let's not try to be market competitive locally - let's be bolder with what Liberty IT can offer.
Flexible working, modern office space (overhaul in progress), extensive training available.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.