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‘they offer sick pay and bereavement leave’
‘No health insurance of any kind!’
‘Working from home is offered to everyone a few days a week but this usually means working longer days as you continue to finish whereas at work you go home.’
Great benifits package while working for the company, so many options to add for extra monies, share system is highly profitable in the long run
The pension was good, cycle to work was good , share scheme as good. the company had some good high level points but at low level was not that good
Flexible work, 28 days holiday, health care. Small offices sometimes unable to access benefits available at large sites.
Company Car scheme - designed to extract as mush money out of YOU as possible. Make sure you read the small print and do the calculations before you sign on the dotted line. It may be better to take a lower paid job with a better scheme in the long run, you could be better off.
Excellent company to work with, they invest in people and they believe in people they work should be giving work life balance
Company cAr and bonus and pension
can be very country or business unit specific but overall well balanced benefits package. For example in UK get BUPA but limited outpatient limit per annnum
No real perks, just the pension and share scheme, they offered nothing that other companies do and it's quite old fashioned in my view
Private Health Care, Sick Pay
If youre a sales guy you get to expense youre entire life away, you get a flashy car an iPhone 5 and a lenovo laptop. Anyone non sales is desk bound with a lenovo laptop and a Samsung A3. Great internal perks at work website and alright recognition scheme if people use it
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