If you want to go to a glum office full of disgruntled workers and lots of lazy managers, & if you want to do the bare minimum and go home then apply now.
There are practically no benefits, and as for the 'culture' of the place there isn't one. The majority of my colleagues were lovely as they are in the same situation as you, but most of the managers are lazy and cliquey who have managed to wangle there way to their position and they have no intention of moving or helping you progress. You're just a number, trapped on a conveyor belt. Its grim.
There's no communication or openness about the company, your told what you need to be told and thats on email. You dont feel a part of the company. If you want to clock watch and keep your head down Bensons is right for you.
There's no encouragement for social activities, there's not really any company activities either. For a big company they still operate so small and with a disregard for staff. They seem so obsessed with greed and keeping every penny to themselves, there is a massive pay gap between managers and everyone else. And considering the salaries are so low you would expect some kind of staff benefits even if its just free fruit or planned team sport activities like football matches.
Moving on was the best thing i did and it really opened my eyes further to what a disappointment the company has turned into over the 9 years i was there. I think its too late for them to change but they really need to start looking after people better, you dont need to throw money at it just compassion.