All the benefits you can get from public sector, generous pension schemes, No of holidays are not good to start with (recruitment agency advised incorrect no though when negotiating the contract)
There was no company perks for me personally - the holiday was a standard 28 days holiday per year.
There were no rewards and the holiday was the standard 28 days per year. The pension scheme was automatic but I left due to finding a more beneficial one.
In year awards. Extra leave for volunteering and reserves service. Otherwise not much by way of benefits.
flexi leave, pension, time off
all the benefits are really good
Overall benefits were of a good standard, nothing gold plated , but fair
Flexible working, with opportunities to work part time, compressed hours or from home if wished
The investment in their staff to learn new skills and gain additional responsibility
Childcare plus vouchers provided on top of salary
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.