Sick leave, annual leave, pension.
The good thing about benefits is the NEST Pension scheme. The University contributes up to 13% on top to the scheme which is a lot higher than UK average and the requested minimum.
Best thing was the gym
I can really see any best or worst thing about the whole package. It is a flexible contract
Great benefits for health hair and beauty, mobile phones, days out and activities
Good company to work for but no career path
The Univestiy of Glasgow covers travel and costs relating to the job. Courses which benefit the job are also available and covered by the University research group.
The working environment is good, but the benefits package does not compare with many in the private sector.
Working based on the hours that were funded by a funding organisation, so very flexible, could come in and out of office and track the hours worked.
The holiday entitlement was very good at 6 weeks per year, and the final salary pension scheme for existing employers was very generous (I think new entrants may have a worse deal now). The maternity scheme was more generous than at many companies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.