Good benefits, flexible working policy
BUPA, Pension schemes, rewards/cashback scheme, onsite shop, Gym & Nursery
best: flexible working, wfh on Fridays, diversity in workplace, multinational colleagues, great office & location worst: average salary
I was contract so i didn't receive any. But the people that were permanent were very happy. They continue to add more benefits.
bonus, share program, work from home, volunteering leave, BUPA
The benefits were great. They have a fully equipped gym, a great restaurant with low prices and a deli with free ice cream and they do a couple of great annual parties.
Flexible working, gym onsite, subsidised restaurant, 60% of Unilever brands in staff shop, 30% of Dermalogica products, employee discounts on many high street brands,
pro: flexible working, diversity in work place, multinational working place cos: benefits are decreasing year by year.
Good Pension, Private Medical, Perks, Study support and many other generous benefits
Depending on your work level in the company 33 days annual leave (25 days annual leave plus 8 days bank holiday ) Agile working - at least one day working from home- depending on team and line manager Based in the London office: Free Fruit and Free ice cream Flexible working Defined Pension Shares Well-being Bupa Healthcare Free onsite gym/ discounted gym memberships Eye test Family Friendly support ( maternity, paternity, parental leave, emergency childcare support) NO CHILDCARE VOUCHERS post October 2018 Unilever product discounts Season Ticket Loan Professional Subscription Fees and so much more
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.