Oxford University Press Benefits

3.2
47 Ratings

Which benefits does Oxford University Press provide?

Current and former employees report that Oxford University Press provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.

Financial & RetirementFamily & ParentingVacation & Time OffPerks & Benefits

Financial & Retirement

Pension Plan
1.0
1 Rating

Family & Parenting

3.4
5 Ratings
3.5
4 Ratings
3.0
1 Rating

Vacation & Time Off

3.8
8 Ratings
4.0
1 Rating

Perks & Benefits

3.0
1 Rating

Employee Benefit Reviews

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  • Sick Pay(12 comments)

    dependent on length of service

  • Work From Home(8 comments)

    Now being offered more widely following Covid.

  • Flexible Working(7 comments)

    Now being offered more widely following Covid, but staff who require this for family/health reasons are still made to feel less than adequate compared to those who prefer 9-5 routine.

Jun 10, 2021
4.0
Current Employee

The potential pension contribution at Oxford University Press is one of the highest that I have heard of and is very competitive.

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Aug 22, 2021
3.0
Current Employee

Gradual erosion of benefits over the last few years - closure of on-site gym, uncertainty over future of subsidised canteen, reduced redundancy payments, complete closure of final-salary scheme including to existing members, colleagues with caring responsibilities were not able to claim furlough support during subsequent lockdowns. No longer feels special to work there.

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Jun 25, 2021
2.0
Current Employee

30 days holiday after 10 years service, plus public holidays. Too many benefits have been removed over the years and some have such complicated processes to access that many don't bother. Benefits attached to contracts become an issue when changes are made (pensions/sick pay/ redundancy packages) and then fire and rehire is emphasized to force staff into losing benefits.

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May 4, 2021
4.0
Current Employee

Not bad benefits, little low on annual leave allowance compared to previous employers

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Apr 19, 2021
4.0
Former Employee

25 days holiday but able to "bank"

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Apr 19, 2021
2.0
Current Employee

Salary is generally low, and meant to be offset by perks, but the value of these is being eroded. Christmas closure is useful.

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Mar 11, 2021
3.0
Current Editor in Oxford, England, England

Private health insurance, but only above a certain job level

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Mar 10, 2021
3.0
Former Employee

training good. pay not very competitive

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Mar 7, 2021
3.0
Current Employee

Above average overall, but recent policies have changed the pensions and redundancy pay for the worse.

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Mar 3, 2021
2.0
Current Employee

Holiday allowance is average, with the ability to purchase additional time. Little flexibility in the benefits offer however, and no option for private medical insurance unless you are very senior.

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