Great comprehensive package employees are looked after
Life insurance and pension fantastic.
Most standard benefits you'd expect from a top UK corporate employee, including pension, health insurance etc.
Good benefits for parents. Health care plan very good. Could pay more to get additional benefits. Some benefits didn't warrant additional costs.
Pretty standard for Investment Banks - performance related cash bonus and stock options, private health insurance and good facilities
Best would be the flexibility of the teams, your allowed to take the time you need off, as long as you are productive when you are back
Best - day care fee before tax
Awful in non-metro offices i.e. Montreal/Budapest - OK in London, where health + dental are fully covered and pension contributions are good (up to 11% salary contribution)
Best - monetary compensation, socials held by the firm. Worst - gym isn't included in pay and is relatively expensive.
Good benefits package, pension, life insurance, healthcare insurance (covers visits to many private hospitals in London), GP onsite (much better than my regular one), fairly priced onsite gym, no-interest loans for various things (e.g. yearly travelcard). 20+ days off per year based on seniority. Working from home, flexible time. I think a company of this size should be able to provide free food and snacks, the onsite restaurants are slightly subsidized but it's still not cheap. Better coffee machines wouldn't hurt, there are high-end ones in the client meeting areas, but employees get some run-of-the-mill machine that produces quite subpar results. There is onsite Starbucks, however it has standard prices which makes you reconsider the quality of the coffee machines.
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