There is free coffee in office and decent holiday pay. Flexible working hours including chances to work from home.
A longer maternity cover (6months 100% salary and 6 additional months)
It is quite all right depending on the sheer circumstances as well as some other mitigating circumstances which might arise
Phd students don't have any benefit packages. I am now just writing to extend the word limit.
flexible work time is the best part poor salary is the worst, unless you can bear student lifestyle after earning a PHD!
the possibility to work flexibly is very valuable, I am also very happy that I can work from home a lot so that helps with work/life balance
Good pension, free access to various University resources (admission to exhibitions/events/venues), academic discounts.
The maternity/paternity/shared parental leave scheme is excellent. Since the university signed up to the Athena SWAN charter for women in science, I believe the shared parental leave scheme goes beyond the minimum legal requirements, and is available to staff in all divisions (not just science).
None existant for postdocs.
There's such a variety of roles that benefits can vary from essentials to luxury.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.