Pension, bonus and benefits scheme are very good.
Good work / life balance and support for development. Very good holiday allowance and no expectation that you would not use it.
Good benefits for higher levels employees. Progression is slow. It takes years to get to the level where the benefits make a material difference.
No benefits, no nothing, minimum wage very long hours, night shifts are a killer and torture as you are by yourself
Base benefits ok. Anything more then that, no
A new revised benefits package was launched in 2018 - annual leave allocation was 30 days per annum with the option to buy or sell 5 days -health insurance for UK employees no longer included dental cover, however this was available at an additional cost -health care core cover for employees is paid for by the company and then you can add additional dependents -very good employer contribution to the pension scheme
Executive car allowance for senior job grades, good bonus scheme
best: 7.5% employee:20% employer pension contribution worst: lengthy job interview
They follow strict policy in terms of progression and compensation benefits. Therefore pitch development opportunities (Asking you to do work at a higher level for less £££)
You get a good pension; BUPA along with 30 days holiday as standard and a host of other benefits. Overall very decent.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.