Although ticking many of the boxes, everything has such a process or tricky policy behind it and actually you're only eligible for some things based the more senior you are. Benefits are average and although 'offered' are actually hard to get. For example, not much support or allowance for home working and although there is a diversity programme, it's hard to see anything coming from it.
no IT and gadget purchase benefits and pension @ 8% no training budget or expect any form of training
Pension contributions are good. Flextime is great if you build it up but it is capped to 1 day per month.
Bonus is paid very occasionally at the divisions, say every 3 years based on impossible targets, although the CEO seems to be able to do what is required to pay out maximum most years! Great to lead by example.
Quite complex process and restricted to a short time window
Most of them revolve around leasing luxuries. Pension contribution is below average. Flexible working is not very flexible.
Best: cheap travel insurance Worst: not much worth having
Good variety of benefits available in a cafeteria system where everyone can pick and chose their benefits according to personal circumstances.
The bear minimum is provided. You are likely to need a lot of mental help afterwards due to how bad they treat their employees
You can only ammend your choices once a year
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.