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‘Very less paid holidays in this company. We get only 10 days of leave and 2 days of summer leaves.’
Yearly health check-up Traveling allowance PC, headset, keyboard, etc. during work from home AIA insurance
Apart from the minimal insurance coverage, no other benefit.
It is not good instead of better basic salary.
Low starting no. of leaves, but then again this is a Japanese company. (10 1st year, but increase by 2 from 3rd year) 2 summer leaves, 3-4 year-end company leaves (New Year). Flex holiday (work on holiday, take another day off) People will judge you if you take the entire month off... probably. Flex time -> come to work 10-7 or 11-8 Transport allowance Weekly free fruits and snacks Some office events, like Sports day. Basic dental and medical benefits. Yearly company-sponsored health screening vending machine for hot and can drinks in office. Benefits-wise, may be good place to work if you want to settle down because they have marriage, spouse's maternity, childcare leave
Flex leave is the best and number of leave in a year is the worst.
Good Medical and Dental Cover. Very less paid leaves No free food and drinks
Basic things such as medical and dental benefits are given. Used to have one free drink per day, but this practice is gone. However, there are free fruits every Monday which is good. Annual leave starts at 10 days per year and increases by 1 every year (not sure if there is a cap).
Not much Benefits as compared to other companies. Annual Leaves are less initially. No performance bonus
Highlights: - Below average annual leave (10 days). Supplemented with only 2 "Summer Leave" between July-September. - GP insurance provided. Dental allowance provided on a co-payment basis.
Very small amount of annual leaves but good flexible working hours.
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