As a part-time zero hours contract worker, I was not part of the pension schemes or other perks offered by the university and therefore cannot comment on that.
pension, annual leave, one day workshops for different subject trainings enhancing your skills for your current job, aid for your daily travel to office, spectacles, driving classes, eye tests with their suggested centers.
Best Flexible Hours Worst: Bicycle Scheme
There were no benefits available
Very relaxed approach to working hours, as long as all the work is done it's possible to have days off every week. generally supervisors are very understanding about commitments in personal lives.
Pay is on the lower end of the scale compared to other universities.
Fairly flexible working (depending on role), full use of campus facilities including libraries, swimming pool and gym. Able to pay for sports facilities via salary sacrifice. Closed days over Easter and Christmas which aren't taken from A/L entitlement
Poor and underfunded pension scheme
PhD can be a good opportunity to travel. Have been to Europe, Africa and North America for study visits/ conferences.
Il n'y a tout simplement aucun salaire , ni avantages. Je ne peux donc pas me prononcer.
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