These are very good props for a private enterprise. Compared to other game studio? Meh, maybe it's less spectacular, but hey, they manage over 3 000 employees at that studio, you can't give everyone a pool table! Very nice insurances, the gym is great, plenty of activities, parties are awesome (but less if you hate crowded parties?..) salary is fine. Less interesting, again, than smaller studio, but you get to share the toughest part of the job with others. So it's usually an excellent deal to raise a family and be simply happy in your life.
You have a very interesting bonus, access to a gym, massage and health/dental insurance. They partly afford immigration fees.
2 weeks vacation if you're full time No benefits if you're under contract. No access to insurance nor vacation. No bonuses unless you're full time
Health insurance plan is not bad at all. Covers everything for a small fee on your weekly pay. Vacations are pretty much standard. Unlimited sick days is pretty good. Pension Fund is greatly appreciated as well and the chance to invest in the company.
Gym on premise, access to a lot of organized activities and an onsite health clinic.
Company pension contribution matching scheme
The Comp time for overtime have bad ratio
There's RRSP, relocation privileges, flexible and gracious vacation periods
Yearly salary review is good and could get extended with yearly bonus if studio performs well. Share plan is good. Company invest three times up to certain amount of you invest. RRSP plan could have been better. Company only contributes 20% of your contribution
No retirement plan which isn't ideal
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.