best: good payment compared with some small firms when you do the part time job, con: lasting period for payment, maybe too long
Training opportunities and progress academically in your field, assuming you have a supportive manager. Career development courses which you can attend.
The best is the paternity leave, it is 4 weeks and fully paid
The best thing which they offer is highly professional and independent work environment. The worst side of my internship is unpaid. London is an expensive city, it is difficult to afford life expenses. They can at least offer a small amount of money.
Generous public pension scheme and parental leave
It’s great, I have great experience here.
Great pension scheme & flexible working.
For WT PhD student there is no benefits package, but hey - you don't pay taxes either. Stipend increases each year by ~10%.
I am not aware of any benefits available to research staff in any university in the UK, including UCL.
The pension and holiday entitlement are the best things (for researchers - may differ across sectors within the university). Holiday entitlement is 27 days per year plus public holidays plus university closure days - a week at Easter, around a week at Christmas and sometimes extra days. The salary may not be the best but the employer pension contribution is 18%. The other benefit is a huge amount of training available, including excellent careers advice.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.