Mercer have flexible benefits that cover majority of things an employee would want
As an advisor in the talents and rewards space, Mercer's package is fairly good. Good variety. Flexible working is dependent on the particular manager. There are groups which have employees who are totally home based.
Flexible benefits, ability to buy holiday
Lots of flexibility to build a benefits package to suit individual needs
it is not a good place to work for
Best is Private health insurance for employees. Flexible working. Employees discounts. Good rewards and Cycle to work scheme. Childscheme. Childcare
The benefits package is flexible so you choose what is and isn't relevant to you. Huge range of employee benefits included. I use gadget and travel insurance the most.
company perks could be better, no real events.
Dividend, bonus, people, flexible, fun
There are some company perks, like cheaper gym memberships and the opportunity to buy things like bikes at a reduced price, but as an intern you don't notice them much.
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