Good pension is under attack - and is used as a reason to underpay staff
You get some discount in local shops and free entry to colleges
Compared to industry the benefits are much lower.
Terrible benefits, absolutely no incentive to administrative staff, zero career progression if you are not a researcher, undervalued and underpaid. Some great people but most need two jobs to support themselves. The worst benefits of any job I have ever had.
Supervising is like contract work and the package depends on whether you're a British or foreign national
Flexible working hours with possibility of working from home if your supervisor approves. Bad food in an average environment common room, bad services also.
The paid holiday days are good (35 per annum) and pension scheme is decent, but aside from this, benefits package is fairly minimal.
Pension is good but there are not many other benefits. The annual leaves is relatively good compare to other places.
Everyone living in the UK has health insurance. That is good. Many successful PhD students here work a lot, almost all the time.
Pension is average, need more childcare places, childcare is expensive, 33 days of annual leave.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.