The Sports Park is on the door step, while not free there is a reduced membership for staff. Holidays are generous, there is loads of training, especially if you are interested in self development. You get a free subscription to the FT.
Best thing about Surrey is the campus and locations - together with most staff. Worst thing is the increasing disconnect between 'management' and the people who actually do stuff.
All benefits depend on your position and length of service. In general, really good including competitive pension scheme, etc
The facilities at the sports centre are really good so the use of them is a really good benefit overall. Apart from this I dont believe there are any other benefits. On benefits offered I am casual so full time may differ.
Good workplace pension as at all Universities. Salary sacrifice schemes for gym membership etc (although a change in government policy means this will be discontinued). Good holiday allowance. Flexible working although of course long hours expected.
Great benefits including an excellent pension plan and lots of training.
Generous benefits package, including generous annual leave and relocation programme. Good opportunities for flexible working/working from home for research staff.
Good thing is their pension plan.
As a fellow I have no clear boundaries or benefits.
flexibility and work/life balance are the pros.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.