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‘1 day per week. Likely to have changed since COV19.’
‘Working hours were flexible. So for example you could go to the gym in the morning before work. As long as you were performing, are decided by you. ’
‘30 working days of sick pay.’
healthcare, wfh / flexible working, good offices, food allowance, it allowance, pension, 28 days annual leave, day off for birthday
private health insurance and paternity leave
As a remote position, the benefits were very few and mostly online
MacBook, 29 days holiday + 1 day off on your birthday. Free deliveroo after 7pm
There is barely any benefits package.
-Good company benefits package overall . Uber and Deliveroo perks, gym membership, private health insurance, 25 days of paid annual leave, paternity leave...
PMI including dental benefit. Allocation of shares depending on role which vest after 12 months. Further shares awarded in the form of bonuses. 29 days AL plus BH on top and birthday off. Deliveroo after 7PM. 30 working days sick pay. 1 day per week from home.
Great benefits package including over holidays beyond the industry standard. They offered free dinners for those who decide to stay on after work. Private Healthcare was also provided.
best thing is salary worst thing is free Deliveroo dinner: it is designed to promote an unhealthy work/life balance
Really well thought out benefits package for the Morden day employee. Uber business account for those late nights , free dinners when working late in the office, just great
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