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‘Super flexible work from home policy ’
The package was excellent in the region of £10k in total. Lunch and socials were a lot of fun
Everything that you could want and more. Twitter spoils you with benefits and makes other companies perks very underwhelming when you leave!
Very good all round generous benefits, hard to beat!
Best: inclusive Worst: can't think of any.
The offer of benefits is great. They complement the base salary with many of the perks you would like (gym, transport, healthcare, etc).
We had yoga and HiiT classes every week, nails and AMAZING food for breakfast and lunch and even snacks of all kinds for the whole day.
Free food + paid expenses: phone , gym and transport
Free travel, gym, phone, snacks + the sense of community amongst everyone at work Overall a amazing place to work, nothing to complain about
Best: great food, health insurance, a twenty (20) weeks paid parental leave. Worst: pension plan. Company matches only 3%
Free travel, healthcare, dental, gym, RSUs
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