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‘Yes, it's quite felxible to work from home-even the remote work is totally allowed’
‘Yes the payment of salary is sick’
Comprehensive benefits package with generous pension contributions
The best thing I think is being able to buy more holiday days by reducing your salary. Other than that there is private healthcare and you can sacrifice salary for things such as cycle to work or other benefits.
Excellent pension. Buy/Sell holidays. Private medical insurance. Agile working. Season ticket loan. Great office location. Cycle to work scheme. Agile working
Good package with lots of flexibility
Flexible benefit options allow you to choose the most suitable benefits for your circumstances (pension, life insurance, childcare, bike scheme etc) and vary your take home pay
Awesome and competitive package for the industry. Don't expect to have slides or pool tables in the office any time soon but the Senior Management have made it a point of looking after employees wellbeing as standard, you can then flex-up for more if you wish! Cash bonuses for lower grade employees are annual (and can be insulting to be honest, got less than £100 one year and that was above average for my role at the time) and is based on reviews and not commission. Pension scheme is leading for UK (par for industry), as you'd expect.
Flexible working, discount on childcare vouchers and many more
Great benefits, with a personal online portal where you are able to manage them. Highly recommended
Great benefits. Employee health care, ride to work scheme, travel pass scheme etx
Good range of benefits, at market levels, rather not exceeding or pioneering anything, so not differentiated
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