The benefits offered by Equifax


The benefits offered by Equifax:

Pension and group risk

  • Defined contribution, salary sacrifice pension scheme for all employees. From April 2019, those contributing 3% into their pension direct from salary will receive a 5% contribution from Equifax; if employees contribute 4%, Equifax will contribute 6% and if they contribute 5%, it will contribute 7%.
  • Income protection as a core benefit on an employer-funded basis for staff with more than a year of service.
  • Life protection, available as a core benefit.

Financial benefits

  • Season ticket loans.
  • Global annual incentive programme for bonus awards, dependent on pay grade.
  • Equifax credit rating and score.
  • Wealth management, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Financial education.
  • Discounts, available through the flexible benefits platform.
  • Dining card and retail vouchers, available as a voluntary benefit.

Health and wellbeing

  • Private medical insurance for all employees.
  • Healthcare cash plan, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Health screening, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Dental care, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Eyecare, available on an employer-funded basis through the organisation’s expenses system.
  • Employee assistance programme (EAP), which includes up to six sessions of counselling.
  • Cycle-to-work scheme, available via salary sacrifice.
  • Gym membership, available as a voluntary benefit.

Family-friendly benefits

  • Enhanced maternity pay of 26 weeks at gross base pay, available for employees based in Ireland who have at least 12 months of service.
  • Breastfeeding breaks for employees in Ireland who have returned to work with babies up to 12 months old.
  • Two weeks’ paternity leave at full pay.
  • Childcare vouchers.


  • Company cars for sales employees, available on an employer-funded basis.
  • Initial 26 days of annual leave, with the ability to buy and sell up to five additional days.
  • Additional day off on an employee’s birthday.
  • Will writing, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Monthly payday events at all sites.
  • Informal and locally based sports and social clubs, depending on operating site.
  • Summer and Christmas events, often tied in with fundraising opportunities.
  • Travel insurance, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Home technology scheme, available as a voluntary benefit.
  • Charitable donations.
  • Global, online recognition programme.