Employer pension contributions up to 6% when you contribute 9%.
Unparalleled benefits. Very very good.
Free Sky TV & Great Pension
The best thing is having both performance and company wide bonuses. The worst thing is that depending on when you join you might end up waiting a long time to be eligible for some of the benefits - some require minimum service or for you to be around at the start of election windows
The flexibility is fantastic - I like to buy 5 days holiday, I use the private medical and dental, I use the free gym benefit next to the office and also use gym flex. The pension contributions are good and company bonus and getting it paid every 6 months is great. I have also used cycle to work and childcare vouchers. The only thing we don't really do is a company car scheme.
Best - Tech ninja fund (£1000 a year) and Friday afternoons for learning and development. Worst - Gym benefit, I'd rather be able to pick my own gym that will fit my lifestyle and routine better.
Free Sky TV and Broadband for all permanent employees!
Fairly standard contributory pension scheme. Bonus split to be up to 10% from company performance and a fixed 5% for personal contribution. Friday afternoons for learning and development if you work in the Bet Tribe Family private health, including Babylon GPs 24/7 via an app Flexible hours/work from home Macs for all in Bet Tribe 25 days' holiday with the option to buy/sell up to 5 Tech Ninja fund - £1000 each year to spend on tech/conferences/anything else vaguely relevant Volunteering days Mentoring scheme Safari Books Internal learning managers building bespoke courses which anyone can attend Life assurance Income protection Childcare vouchers Gym membership Discount scheme Annual travel loan scheme Cycle to work Graduate programme Free fruit Lots of social events from a dedicated events team
Generous pension contributions and death in service cover
Free TV but you have to do a bunch of boring e-learning before you can apply for it
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.