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‘It depends on your supervisor, but in general they are more goal oriented. This means that you can distribute your time as you like as soon as they see progress and results. This allow you to freely decide what is best for you and for example join courses, practice sports or also work from home (when possible). ’
‘When you are sick you received the full salary if you have a medical report.’
‘I loved my pension plan. They contributed more than my previous employer. ’
Your progress as measured by research output (papers, posters, presntations) will impact your supervisors willingness to approve leave.
Pension contribution scheme is rubbish.
Access to top-tech equipment, Long vacation (up to 5 weeks), Plenty of learning opportunities (workshops, seminars, courses...)
They offer discounts and cash back with many retailers with an online benefits scheme. These have to be sought out however, but are decent.
There aren't many benefits at all.
Flexible hours - as long as you get your stuff done
The worst thing is that there are no benefits for part-time employees.
good holiday allowance and decent pension
They build a whole village to house their researchers because they understood that renting in Cambridge is just as bad as London but without the salary weighting.
Company benefits are not offered to temporary workers
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