Best: pension scheme is unmatched. Also 30 days of holiday (Christmas closure included) plus bank holidays.
There's such a variety of roles that benefits can vary from essentials to luxury.
Holidays very generous along with sick pay
Pension is very good. And its very flexible for holiday, working hours and working from home
Limited time once you leave to transfer your pension, which means the money you save while being there may end up going somewhere else.
I don't receive benefits package as I only work part-time. I am not sure how benefits package is at Oxford.
There are no benefits whatsoever. This is not America. I am only a Ph.D student. 20 words is too much for this.
Bike scheme, a few discounts,
Pros: Free further education and career development courses are helpful. Cons: Expensive childcare vouchers. Expensive university nurseries.
There were no benefits as such - flexible dates and to an extent hours. There was a nice kitchen to help ourselves though.
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