There's an opt in bonus scheme for all staff levels.
There is a bonus scheme if you would like to opt into it.
leave without pay, flexible working arrangements including flexible hours and choice of where you work from, decent parental leave policy, career break policy for study or long-term leave/travel, employee assistance program, study support
Best - Genuine flexible working arrangements where you decide the hours and location as long as outcomes are delivered Worst - Not much
Best: flexible work practices that allow you to work from home and adjust your life around work
There is none except working from home - the only benefit is 'culture' which wears thing when good people start leaving due to a feeling of not being valued.
poorly compensated people working in admin. opting in to the bonus scheme reduces your pay. You have 2 options 50% bonus and 100% bonus. each significantly reduces your pay.
Very flexible working arrangements if necessary. Supportive of part-time work, working from home and parental leave. Coffee pods and fruit available and regular social events.
For the consulting industry, genuine flexibility and support for personal and family commitments.
The benefits package does not really exist so I'm at a loss for words here.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.