Flexiabilty to decide what type or level of health package you want
Good Heath insurance, Salary reviews are site based not person based. Flexible working hours and options to work from home
There is almost nothing beyond the standard; health insurance and up to 25 annual leave days based on years worked in the company, option to work from home the biggest perk
In Dublin, there was complimentary fruit on Tuesdays, and ice-cream or chocolates on Thursdays. There had been some PMP & marketing tuition support, but that was mostly available to management or selected project managers. I wasn't aware of anyone from my function being offered tuition, I wasn't. Whatever courses I did were in my own time. Improvement in recent years by having staff TED talks, baskets of cakes & muffins for long-weekends, function presentations and demos, and having people come in to talk about work/life balance.
Best: VHI health cover. Worse: no bonus
Private health insurance and 5% towards pension
Not much, Health Insurance however it is taxed
WFH can be useful but it's haphazard and dependent on who your direct manager is, some of them will take WFH themselves not frown on others taking it.
They look after your health insurance and pension which is great.
No benefits unless you are a permanent employee
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