Several share schemes available for profit sharing, staff travel tickets at highly discounted rates, commuter letter for those commuting from anywhere else around the network which means no need to pay for a plane ticket home or from home. Drinks, snacks and hot/cold food for every day spent at work. Money and shares bonus for every year that the company is profitable. Several tools available for learning new skills and languages. Yearly renewable benefits list that can be chosen from. Private health insurance coverage for work. Life insurance for work. Gym membership discount. Phone plan discount.
Best thing - Reasonable starter salary, various options can be chosen once a year. (beware all options below are extra and will be taken from your salary) Worst thing - Very little is included, you pay for all extras (you don't even get free flights...)
Best - Staff travel, annual bonus, share purchase schemes, good salary, good selection of comprehensive flexible benefits. Career and personal development opportunities are outstanding.
Can't say anything bad about the benefits
Ability to buy extra leave is brilliant, decent bonus and year free shares
EasyJet has very generous benefit schemes and packages, and offers share buying schemes to its employees. Pay is below national average for some ranks.
Holiday benefits which run around the whole year, no fuss over holidays, great pension contribution
best staff travel in network
Best thing - various flexible options, with good share schemes and bonus payouts, but overall behind normal FTSE 100 benefits
The whole organisation is a joke esp the Information Technology Leadership Team (ITLT).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.