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Private Health Care, 401 matching, flexible work hours/location, generous stock option package, paid sabbatical after working for 4 years, 25 vacation days excluding the national holidays, Free lunch on Friday, free breakfast
Best thing is the flexible working hours and the ability to work from home! Free lunches are also great.
The perks of working at TransferWise are amazing, not many companies can match this level of investment in their staffs' needs.
Great benefits - free breakfast every day and lunch on Fridays, amazing Shoreditch office with a sauna!, flexible working, Vitality health insurance, annual 3 day summer trip to Estonia for all employees, after 4 years at TransferWise employees get a paid sabbatical leave and money for travelling, great stock options
Very flexible with working from home and holidays. Good pension system and health insurance.
Best: - 6 months full pay parental leave - Reasonable employer pension - Free lunch on Fridays - Free breakfast, healthy snacks and tasty drinks - Ping pong, games console, hammocks etc - Good laptop - Annual global company get together - Interesting talks - Proper flexible working - Stock options for every employee - Open minded to changing and adding benefits based on feedback Worst - Could go further on parental leave - Should give more on pensions
Recently introduced an amazing benefits plan - we now have a private medical, extended maternity and paternity leave and pensions among other cool things.
Pension, Vitality private healthcare, subsidised gym membership
Vitality health insurance gives access to loads of discounts and perks, as well as local retail discounts around the amazing new Shoreditch office.
Fleixbility - if you want to do something at transferwise you can just do it - usually noone to ask permission apart from yourself
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.