Generally generous with benefits, slightly offsets remuneration issues at the firm.
No real restriction on when you can take leave in a calendar year and you have the ability to purchase flex leave
Not a lot of benefits
Limited benefits in terms of health care etc. Leave requirements over and above the standard 20 days possible via a purchase scheme.
They provide salary packaging benefits
Best: guys get 3 month parental leave. Corporate discount for private insurance Can buy up to 6 weeks off every year
Non financial benefits stand out the most. A lot of learning and development opportunities, what you give will be what you get.
Decent benefits that are substantial
Very basic perks, no bonuses or proper incentive programs here so theres not a lot to motivate those that have been here for a number of years.
best thing: 40% off Nike during xmas.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.