Pension + 4%, Car allowance, career break options, training programs, mentor program
Generally competitive benefits package, including flexible benefits for holidays, health, etc. Pretty much in line with industry standards.
You get a lump sum to spend every year equivalent to the standard benefits you got previously. You can then use the money towards Pension, Holidays (buy/sell), vouchers, bike scheme etc.
Benefits have been reduced over the years but still pretty good, good flex scheme that allows you to buy and sell benefits form a range of standard and enhanced.
Standard benefits. Discounts. Could be more competitive.
6% Pension, Private Medical, life insurance, 24 days holidays + Public Holidays - optional Dental, Childcare vouchers, cycle to work, critical illness, etc
the best is to be able to work from home, a big saving on transportation and I found it to be more efficient on a daily basis.
Benefits package is OK. Depending if you're on your own or have a family. For a single person with no dependants there were good medical, dental, pension etc. Standard stuff you have in a big IT company.
Good flexible benefits scheme. 25 day’s holiday as standard and you can flex up and down +5/-5. Private medical, childcare vouchers - pretty standard from most large organisations
Some employers provide flex package from which you pay for your benefits that you pick and choose. Whereas in HPE, it comes out of your base salary.