The worst thing is there is no clear statement about the benefit for exams and the specific study leave each year.
There is practically no benefit package. They will pay you nothing.
Pros: free gym membership, a lot of learning tools available, flexible working hours Cons: no pension, healthcare and bonus for Managers and below
You can buy 5 days holidays. You can get a bike to work scheme. Vacation is almost impossible to get approved.
The best thing are the people. The worst is how the graduate programme is set up which leaves your time there and the experience you get down to pot luck. You can get stuck in a monotonous role where you learn very litte
Gym membership is great. Flexible working conditions is only for senior staff (senior manager and above). Health insurance contribution by firm is very small unless you are a manager or more senior,
Great free gym and EAP Poor health insurance options, average annual leave, below average salary
Pension is better than most
No bonuses but paid for exams which was great, important to pass them though as a failure meant losing your job and to pay the compensation f exam cost.
Best thing is the paid leave when on a short internship like myself
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.