8% pension by the company 3% by the employer Perks at work Benefit hub Cycle Scheme Home Office
Pension scheme is simple and easy to understand. health insurance is also offered.
Good annual leave and community activities offered. Reasonable bonus structure
main perks which could vary depending on position and location are 6 weeks holiday, health insurance, annual bonus
Maternity leave is statutory but increased pay on return
Standard company perks that are the same as most other companies these days. 25 days holiday, company yearly bonus if the company hits its targets and your performance is satisfactory. Yearly pay rise of 1% approx
Generous holiday and benefits, some are linked to length of service such as medical. Providing Medical cover from the begining could ensure that they are competitive.
I believe Wiley has a good set of benefits in place, which tend to improve the longer you serve within the company (particularly kick in around the 5 year mark.)
John Wiley & Sons (UK) offer a fantastic benefits package. The company pension is a stand out benefit, if you opt in and contribute between 2-5 % then they will top up a further 8%. Beyond this they will also match a 6% and 7% employee contribution with 9% and 10% employer contributions respectively, that is the maximum they will contribute. I believe you can also opt in and contribute nothing and they will contribute 6%. Wiley have performance (personal and company) linked bonuses. The bonus calculation/formula differs slightly depending on whether you are a manager or not (I cannot comment on higher in the org). You can also choose to salary sacrifice a % of your bonus, pre-tax, into your pension. Working from home is at your managers discretion and depends on your role. Those are just a few of the many benefits Wiley offer. All of these benefits are subject to change, so this is from time of writing.
Not overly impressed with the benefits package
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