Pretty standard as compared to similar consultancies.
Paid maternity (10 weeks)/paternity (2 weeks) leave are amazing and I wish they had that before I had kids. Standard salary increases don't cover cost increase for health benefits which are much more expensive for less coverage than the year before. Additional, optional insurance coverage (life, accident, spouse/child life, EAP) are all reasonably priced and helpful. The Equinox gym discount in a joke since they're only in 10 states and even then only in major metros. This is a great perk that many people can't take part in. Please find other, similar gyms (Life Time in our area) to offer the same corporate membership incentive in the other states.
It was like having Catastrophe Insurance
Benefits were standard/good up to 2018. 2019 the company increased prices on rates (especially health), dropped BlueCross, and got rid of contributing to the HSA account. Benefits are standard to just below standard now. As of 2019, small to mid size firms provide better benefits. Exception: Paid two weeks of paternal leave IS a big perk.
great perks helpful service
Overall the benefits are pretty average from what I've seen. However, medical is more expensive then I have seen in previous jobs.
Very limited paid time off (PTO) (combined sick and regular-paid leave) until you break the 10-year mark. Before then, you have to hope you don't get sick too often, otherwise you're simultaneously dipping into your own vacation time. I have many colleagues who don't have the option of any vacation due to being illness-prone. When it comes to holidays, there aren't many companies that offer anything worse. Expect to work full days on Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, Veterans Day and plenty of other holidays that you may be used to having off.
Company perks were gym membership discounts, fairly generous PTO, and decent health care package.
3% match for 401k plan.
Average benefits; low # of PTO
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