Benefits are comprehensive and promote flexibile working and healthy lifestyle. Benefits also support families.
Generous holidays, brilliant defined benefit pension, flexible working from home or differing hours "work is what you do not where you go", base pay and bonus never going to be market leading though.
Defined benefit pension (1 / 49th Career Average)
Good: • Pension scheme • Genuine commitment to work/life balance • Employee benefits scheme for various shops, holiday providers etc • Full sick pay for six months • Holidays are good - 31 days a year plus some public holidays • Agile working • Annual performance bonus • Volunteering days off • Sabbaticals can be taken • Cycle to work scheme Not so good: • Pay rises and bonus are so small that they don't provide a real incentive to out-perform • Some management are stuck with old ways of working and slow to adopt new tech or agile methodologies
Generous holidays, defined benefit pension, work at home and flexitime
Good pension, sick pay, flexible working
Pension Flexible working (Choose home or Office location and choose your hours) Company Laptop & Mobile. Access to company vans for long commutes.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.