Best: pension scheme is unmatched. Also 30 days of holiday (Christmas closure included) plus bank holidays.
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.
Holidays very generous along with sick pay
Pension is very good. And its very flexible for holiday, working hours and working from home
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.