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‘It depends if your manager approves the vacation’
Good package benefits and remuneration. An additional set of good perks
Good enough. Typical benefits in a company like this.
There were no extra benefits besides retiring plan for employees with an age of 28 or higher.
Bare minimum - standard leave entitlement, no insurance, no perks, no overtime Flexible work hours, reduced work hours in some instances, WFH support
No health insurance or pension and below average then competitors
Not enough benefits for support staff.
As expected, no benefits for training contract staff - very small Christmas bonus based on good work completed.
Bonus for support staff in place
Performance bonus not paid according to contract or performance rating.
Better benefits only for the management level, even though it's still far off what other companies (outside of the professional services) are offering. 24 leave days, unpaid parental leave (up to 18 weeks), bonus between 0 and 20% (usually 8%), life insurance. But there is no health insurance, gym or free food. Even the coffee is Nespresso, no machines available for free. There is a flexible benefit of €3000 that could be used to buy health insurance and extra leave days (5 max) or receive it as part of your income. Since the basic pay is low, people usually tend to receive it as income to compensate a bit.
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