Lots of company perks such as incentives. Also a private doctor and a masseuse
The worst thing is that you don't get Company benefits, like Health and Dental Insurance, until you've worked there two years.
Lots of incentives eg trips abroad, money incentives, special days off, lots of free bees. Opportunities to relocate
There are many benefits such as Health insurance
Hundreds of incentives running all the time. Most of which are large gifts from the company for good work
A well catered for package, including all the benefits expected of a company that looks after its own. These have proven to be invaluable to me through out my career.
Free breakfast, parties, yoga/stretch sessions, dental and medical after 3 years, free team nights out, ironing service and other stuff
Poor holiday allowance, not generous on pension, terrible maternity/paternity package
Average perks. Lots of good social events.
Private Health, Private Dental, Death in Service, Half Day off on your birthday,
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.