MIKI contributes towards free eye test and £100 for new glasses
The best benefit for the gym membership but unfortunately it was too busy
Start with 22 days of holiday and get one more per worked year and you can transfer up to 5 unused holiday to the next financial year.
Extra hours worked during the week can be saved. This helps if you need extra holiday or sick pay if you're off short term. Longer term company sick pay is available too.
Hardly any benefits. Sick leave was not paid.
There are very few benefits, just the gym and the swimming pool in the building which are free. No sick days. Not even £100 bonus (before tax!). Flexi hours not so flexible, you have to use you excess hours if you are sick/needs to see a doctor 22 days holidays 1st year - 1 extra day each year, up to 26 days
Good points: small gym in the building. Negative points: bonus are laughable (£100 a year, sometimes £200...before taxes of course). No private health care. extra insurance for long sickness is subject to the company's discretion. Basic holidays with max 25 days for senior staff. Flexi time is rarely approved and depends on your manager. don't hope to change your hours to starting early /leaving early. they will refuse. arriving late or leaving early for medical appointment is ok but then again, some managers don't like it. taking a day off using hours you have accumulated (therefore worked) is also mostly denied. Bottom line is: they are not pro employee. they couldn't care less about their staff and will never do anything to improve it.
They don't have much benefits, just 23 days holidays. Not even pay sick days.
Best: Pension Plan & Gym
Excellent offices transport links position, p in an ever increasingly and beautifully improved City of London area. Nice office building except the many internal areas with no outside view. Flexible working hours system. Use of contracted hotels for staff leisure trips.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.