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.
Fantastic holidays - annual leave + Uni closure days meant about 42 days off per year. Lots of professional development opportunities, training, and seminars staff were encouraged to attend.
You get to access other University of London places, such as SOAS and KCL for example. Also the student card comes useful for discounts.
Good annual leave including additional 6 closure days per year
Ample annual leave - 25 days a year not including bank holidays and a week off at Christmas and Easter.
Great pension, working hours and holidays
25 days holiday plus closed days over Easter and Christmas (University is closed Christmas till New Year and no holiday has to be taken in that time period)
Pension, annual leave, flexible working (depending on your manager), maternity leave package, season ticket loan,childcare vouchers
Holidays, when taking into account bank holidays and college closure days, is very generous (approximately 35-40 days off a year)
company perks: you can access the library for free, private health insurance: not unless you pay yourself for it, pension: same for all Unis, holidays- lots of annual leave and closere days, and time off: OK
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.