Flexible benefits you can adapt to suit whatever your priorities.
Good pension contribution, life assurance. Poor car scheme, bad discounts. Good benefits as have benefits team so in house.
Its flexible and enables user choices
They used to do Toil which means you can take time off with the hours you worked overtime. However, this seems to be stopped in different department now.
I would say the benefits are fairly standard for a large company, with nothing particularly outstanding except that in the Liverpool office you can work flexi time two days a week which is great
No flexible benefits package at that time and sick pay and other benefits very old fashioned.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.