There is free fruit, flexible benefits that allow you to buy or sell holiday, medical insurance, dental insurance and a whole host of other benefits. The best part is the flexible working that allows you to choose when you start and gives you the opportunity to work from home if required.
Working hard to improve the benefits package by providing a benefits portal, a little while off some other big companies, trying though.
Standardised across the various divisions and locations
Well structured and understood by all due to transparency. Car allowance option (discretionary for levels 5 upwards). Pension beyond legal minimums.
Pension = good Nothing else really
Buy/sell holidays up to 30 days is good. Some basic healthcare provided and cycle to work. Loads of discounts, but no better than what is available through regular cashback sites. Not much in the way of maternity, paternity, sabbatical, and pension contributions meet the minimum required. Improvements are underway around training budgets and career progression.
Nothing out of the ordinary or exciting
Being standardised over time.
very competitive structure to the benefits package
Best: all company car issues are resolved through hire company. Worst: Losing 2 days of holiday just to bring everyone else into alignment (allegedly, although I would argue it was to save money by docking 2 days holiday from a lot of staff).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.