Health insurance coverage, bonuses, retirement, disability and all the rest of the benefits are outstanding. Better than any company I have worked for
Decent health insurance and paid time off.
Very little benefits any more. Retirement account in US used to be fee-free with TIAA, but now is with high-charging different vendor in order to save OUP money. Health insurance in US has gone from bad to worse, all the while costs have been increasing. Free nasty bagels on Fridays. Normal stat holidays in US, with 2-weeks vacation to start. UK staff have it much better off with 5-weeks vacation to start, subsidized pension plan, and complete job security thanks contracts due to UK employment law. UK also offers better family leave, stress leave, employee counseling, etc. US has none of that.
Great savings plans, generous time off, summer Fridays, strong Medical coverage.
They've raised the starting number of vacation days to 15.
Good time off policy, healthcare.
The health insurance is solid, although a chunk comes out of your paycheck to underwrite it. Vacation and personal days are generous, but the policies surrounding them aren't clear or easy to find.
Overall the benefits are very generous. Summer Fridays are a nice perk.
US and UK offices operate under very different plans, and not for legal reasons. Only benefit in US is one more stat holiday. Not the same on vacation (holidays), maternity/paternity leave, personal days, sick leave, stress leave, etc. Could be the same, within legal guidelines, but not. UK makes out much better on benefits. Retirement fund in US no longer with TIAA. New plan charges are exorbitant. Not sure why change to current provider. Also, lower returns even without charges per transaction.
Average benefits, nothing extraordinary, but it's a nonprofit.