Best: Flexible working, 35-hour work week. Worst: short paternity leave.
The best thing is the annual leave allowance - 25 days rising to 30, not including having between Christmas and New Year off as office is officially closed.
Pretty much in line with other companies. standard stuff like x number of days leave etc. bonus (if it's paid out) is pittance
Operated a 35 hour week - flexible working was available but was subject to a maximum of 8 hours per day to avoid full time working over 4 days
On the whole the salaries are too low for the cost of living in the city of Oxford which means that most of us including me commute in from cheaper areas and the Press annual pay reviews average 2% increases and some years none at all.
Flexible working for some roles. Good holiday entitlement. Good pension scheme. Great people.
It has some amazing benefits but we are concerned they are being chipped away at over the years.
Salary is not great, in fact in technology salaries are low. But pension is better than average; so if you want to retire at the OUP the pension will help you.
change in pension in recent years
Good bike parking in the quad
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.