I was offered a massive deal with a big (and extremely profitable) company. Besides great pay, they also offer a number of awesome benefits.
However, those benefits aren't listed in the employment contract. I asked them why, and they said the benefits are not a contractual matter and are provided by the company in addition to the obligations written in the contract. They also said that if the benefits were to change, all the staff would have to sign new contracts.
Is this standard or should I be wary?
I'm also sure they won't change/adjust the contract just for me (I assume they've been using the same template for years). Is there any other way, besides taking their word for it, to be sure I'll get them?