Best thing is the unlimited PTO and sabbatical offering.
Benefits are excellent! Medical and dental plans are competitive with other ad/media agencies. Many opportunities to be involved in charitable activities with their partnership with the Harlem Children’s Fund. Recently moved to unlimited PTO policy but have also been more than liberal with summer hours, Dec holiday week closed, half days before holidays. Program for child care emergency coverage. Sabbatical after 5 years. Extended leave for parents. Bagels on Friday and lots of parties with food/drinks. Birthday day off and monthly birthday prizes. Flu shots. Robust training program for personal development at all levels. Only thing they don’t cover is a mobile device or contribute toward coverage when it’s basically required.
Pretty good coverage in terms of health benefits - medical, dental, and vision. Con - medical was expensive. Matched 401k, extended maternity and paternity leave, 1 month sabbatical after 5+ years as a full-time employee, etc.
Bonuses are a real thing here and EVERY SINGLE person at the company is eligible for one. For Director's + it's 10% and for everyone else it's 3%. That's nuts.
Great benefits plan, you get 15 days right when you sign and 5 sick days. You also get summer Fridays with office closing at 1pm. Reasd
Great Benefits, 401k, vacation, paid time off, health insurance.
Great company to work at all around!
Great benefits for employee and family. Minimal cost increases (less than 10% overall) for past 5 years.
Sabbatical after 5 years is a huge perk that drives retention. General time off package is average (no official roll over, sick days are same as PTO (!), and limited difference between newbies and tenured/senior staff). First company I've worked at that doesn't subsidize any portion of mobile phone, yet it is expected that you are accessible and available. Health packages seems comprehensive, although a bit pricey. They are slowly improving parental benefits like paid leave.
Standard and not as competitive.
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