If you are based in Cambridge then the travel packages are great. If you aren't based on one of their bus routes, travel can be an issue - as it is all around the Cambridge area.
Good retirement scheme, eyecare plan (where you can get free eye checks and money toward the purchase of glasses), good medical insurance, 28 - 31 days holiday, cycling scheme (helping you buying a bicycle and servicing it), one paid day for volunteering, carer leave, sick pay, onsite nursery.
Very few benefits and no career progression.
Best: Pension or pay, Growing holiday, Volunteering & Carers leave. Worst: Working from home
It's pretty standard. Typical holiday package. The food in the canteen is really expensive and very small portions. They do have free drinks on the last Friday of every month though, as well as various free events throughout the year (eg company BBQ, etc.).
Visa application is fairly straightforward - responsive HR department. Vision care is standard. Good holiday perks - 4 weeks vacation. No health insurance.
Private health care, which counts as a taxable benefit Subsidized food and gym membership Child care available on site Good pension contributions
No flexibility in the benefits. Flexible working inconsistently applied across the organisation.
Good benefits package for an academic institution: Pension plan, healthcare insurance also for relatives, dental insurance, free bus to get to work, 28 days of holyday plus one every year of employment
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