The holiday allowance has recently increased and is generous - 25 days a year as standard plus birthday and this increases the longer you work for the company.
The best thing is that everyone gets a FAM trip, the worst is that once you have joined the company that is your salary for at least three years. If you're junior that might be very low. If you enjoy your niche it's hard to move around, the only way I have seen promotions or progressions is by someone leaving or applying for a different role entirely.
The effort that is put into socials and helping staff get to know each other is extreme, and really pays off. A lot of this is down to the social committee and social funding, but great managers also aid this by being flexible and friendly.
The amount of holiday we get in a year is great. Getting perks like free breakfast and fruit is great. There is no health care package option and the maternity policy is poor.
Staff travel concessions, fam trips, great socials, freebies (fruit, smoothies, the odd breakfast and ice cream in the summer)
Lots of subsidised sports and activities at and around the office. £10 for dinner if work past 8pm. Limited benefits package.
Bare minimum for ordinary staff.
Fam trips, socials and travel discounts are the biggest perks
The best are the social benefits and the simple things like free fruit and juice etc. The location is amazing. The worst is that there aren't many benefits for being a longstanding employee. Apart from earning additional holiday days as you go everyone gets the same benefits whether you've worked there 5 months or 5 years.
Best: Lots of freebises Worst: Annual leave allowance not great, pension not fantastic either
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.