Respect employee. Help employees with career growth by offering mentor, managing and courses.
Flexible working hours and locations allows flexibility with family commitments. On the other hand, can result in working late at night to align with Europe.
Generally work life balance is respected
Health insurance is very good
It depends a lot of the country you are working from, in general, I've seen it was better in Europe than in America or Australia, where there weren't many specific benefits added to just the contract.
The best of working for Ericsson are the flexible hours arrangements and working form home. The bonus is there but due to its financial results it is rarely paid or minimal. The salaries are kept below the market range.
Overall great benefits but bonus payments are often not reached as it is based on performance by the company which you have no control over which is disappointing. Make sure you negotiate a higher base salary to compensate for this upfront when you get hired.
Only minimum required is offered.
Flexible hours is feasible and is a nice to have.
Benefits for business travel often do not compensate for expenses incurred (meals, incidentals etc.) No compensation or allowance for frequent travel - often >24 hours duration each way.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.