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‘you can work from home up to three days a week’
‘Many departments have flexible guidelines for making schedule ’
‘They cover the first 3 days of sick leave which are usually not covered under the national healthcare compensation scheme ’
best: transparency around stock options.
A solid benefits package provided.
Great benefits when there’s no covid
Free lunch in the office cAnteen
attractive benefits, flexible working, health insurance, pension scheme, stock options, remote working and sabbatical make TransferWise a very attractive company from a benefits perspective
Stock options no doubt as they are real, tangible benefits for everybody.
Perks: Dogs in the office! Transparency in every aspect. Cons: No bonuses policy: only stocks
Emphasis on the wellbeing of employees
No bonus, and the stock options are frequently misunderstood - no guarantee they are worth anything. However the health insurance plan is much better now, changed from Vitality to AXA and covers pre-existing conditions.
Great environment to work in, lots of free food and drink and in-house events.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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