Best: pretty good salary & generous share saving scheme (ESPP). Stock awards can significantly augment package. Worst: divisive travel policy, under which VPs & above can travel business class for long haul flights, while their colleagues below VP level travel economy on the same trip (very un-inclusive, for a company that values 'diversity & inclusion')
There are limited benefits to contract workers
Best: employee stock purchase plan
Benefits are very competitive in the marketplace
The benefits are not that good, but the pay is quite competitive, although not competitive if compared to other tech companies like Google, facebook, apple, etc.
Pension, Insurance, Employee Stock options, Cycle scheme and Child care voucher
The bonus structure and holiday time are very generous
You will get a base salary that is well above market average, 10%+ annual bonus, and some RSUs too. If you perform well, you keep getting additional RSUs, usually in massive amounts.
Generous employer, pays above the market rate Excellent share save scheme Free food / drinks / beer on Friday Free dental and health insurance 50% off gym membership other retailer discounts Free massages
Generous pay packet with great base salary, bonus, share options, family medical and dental insurances. Other perks include free car parking in London office, free breakfast, fruit, drink cans, free lunches during company updates
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.