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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.
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.
Best benefits are definitely: - flexible working - you can work from home, but also work remotely once in a while if you're for example international and visiting your home country. It really makes you feel like you're trusted in your job. - You also get a personal development budget you can use for attending conferences or courses to build new skills. - You get breakfast in the office, lots of snacks and weekly team lunch - Paid 6-week sabbatical after 4 years - Stock option package
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