The best thing is the flexibility around working hours and working from home. In general, employees are trusted (where the job role allows it) to tailor their hours towards what works best for them. The employer pension scheme contributions could definitely be more competitive.
Once you reach Grade 3, you get a generous holiday allowance plus private medical insurance and dental plan. Pension and Maternity/Paternity plans are in place but some might find their value underwhelming. The annual bonus is linked to company performance, not personal performance.
flexible working (work from home), good culture
Yes this organisation is going through lots of change buts it’s needed and all for the good. It’s busy and buzzy which works for some and not for others. There is a real effort from leadership to fix some of the legacy issues but the future and roadmap is exciting.
Free fruit once a week, you get about 1/3 of a fruit to be honest. Can't think of much more .
Health and dental insurance. are good
Photobox has reasonably flexible working hours, good annual leave, provides pension contribution (currently Scottish Widows, so not great) and death in service amongst others. On the bad side: no performance benefit this year as it is tied to company performance. Many unhappy hard-working employees.
Easy to learn, good management and colleagues. Ongoing support from hiring was fantastic and plenty of space to move from department to department .
Benefits include health insurance. Bonus is not guaranteed No gym or fitness incentives
They provide basic health insurance. The dental insurance is pretty good. Pension is also available. Free fruit on Tuesday and Thursday but better come early.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.