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‘Covers up to 6 month and after that an insurance pays until you're 70.’
Flexible working allows people to schedule their time in a sensible manner, but the flip side is a tendency to be "always on" especially with multiple remote teams.
Excellent, great place to work
Amazing range of benefits, some require contribution and most important ones such as life insurance, child care vouchers etc are already included
I just started last week. Everything looks good to me as of now. Will update later. Thanks for this opportunity to express my opinion.
Free lunch, gym subsidiary and loads of societies!
Flexible Time, Private Health Insurance
Fidelity UK pension, gym subsidy, free fruit, performance linked annual bonus and RSU. employee stock purchase plan. access to pluralsight, lynda, harvard mentor, etc
Flexible working hours. Free lunch.
Good lunch in a canteen, sick pay and critical illness insurance.
There was not much offered, but i think it was because i was part of a very small team with small budget
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