Company car (BMW 1 series), good pay and has had a run of good profit share until recently. Food and accommodation during the week is expensed so saves significant money.
Can be complicated (base salary, bonus, car and pension contributions all get lumped together) but this is getting better. Definitely lower salary than you could get at other consultancies but the trade in work/life balance is well worth it. Tons of additional benefits like Private Healthcare, low living costs (everything is on expenses), fortnightly parties, activity weekends, meals out... you name it.
Great profit share scheme in which employees understand their contribution
Great options for unpaid leave on top of holidays. Option of company car & health insurance. Salary potentially not as high as competitors, but given costs during week are very low, it works out well.
Generous and progresses very well. Also good considering all the other perks like entertainment, training and activities.
High salary with a company car and bonus scheme. Other benefits (e.g. healthcare) available on promotion.
Pension is normal, you get a company car or £5k to go towards the running of your car. The car itself is nice and smart (BMW) but it costs you a fortune if you scuff it or bump it in a car park, and it comes out of your pocket. Huge number of parties and activities and weekends away, which are all really great!
Annual leave is generous, and gets more generous as your progress. The company car scheme is excellent, well managed and reasonably economical. Private medical scheme is invaluable when you need it. Every two weeks we all meet up for a review day. This is a brilliant opportunity to get many brains on client specific problems. It also allows us to stay in contact with colleagues / friends. 4 times a year we have an activity day, where its less about work, and more about meeting up, doing something fun (or fun and charitable).
Company parties (twice a year), weekends away (5 per year) and activity days (4 per year) are incredible!
Package figures are misleading - base salary is kept low to reduce employer pension contributions Non-monetary perks - holidays, parties - are great
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.