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‘it has a quite flexible management and policy that allows its employers and students to take rest if they were sick or in other emergent situations’
‘Not applicable for stipends of this type’
great flexibility and all of the university facilities are at your disposal, including employee discounts.
I have not seen any.
26 days of paid holidays, however in academia that is not really important. Sport Centre discount.
Access to sport centre for only 50 pounds a year. Staff learning voucher for learning new languages and sports. Extra NUS card discounts. Worst: no company car no company phone
Good : Work from home, 35 days holidays, flexi working time, conference and publications are covered. Bad : Salary, no bonus
Good holiday pay and pretty good pension
Best: great work environment, much freedom, friendly colleagues, nice buildings. Worst: A bit political and promotion depends on grants won.
Generous final salary pension scheme
Flexible work hours, good people
I didn't pay attention to it really. It never came up—I was never really made aware of what benefits there were.
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