Good leave allocation, private health insurance, long term incentive for senior roles, good community spirit around corporate charity initiatives
There’s a lot, and the health benefit is excellent. 1 week of paternity leave is awful in this day and age. A lot of the benefits are also focused around the head office which doesn’t allow the majority of employees to benefit from
Need to secure your salary early as internal reviews arent significant at times, however the holidays, benefits (health care, pension) are vast
Flexibility and moving towards a more modern office culture
Private healthcare, matched pension contribution, employee self-service, frequent employee engagement.
Standard company benefits include a pension and health insurance. Could be better, but could be a lot worse.
It's all focused towards head office where the HR team sit so don't expect any goodies unless you're in Hampshire.
Lacking leadership in the UK
Good medical and pension. Company welfare scheme for stress, worklife balance etc.
Health Insurance and Dental Insurance is very comprehensive, covering your immediate family.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.