Best thing is options are available to choose from.
Best is PTO, worst is cost of health insurance coverage
No complains benefits are not the best but they are above the market
They did not offer me any benefits.
The benefits package that Atos offers is very basic one and does not have any out of box package for its employees.
Vacation doesn't roll over and is pooled with sick time. Holidays are questionable (Friday after Thanksgiving is a work day and you have to fight for July 4th). Health benefits are OK on paper, but it is Aetna so the doctors are very slow to get paid (I have to call to get them to cover basic visits) and the in-network is shoddy. 401K just changed, so waiting to see how this plays out. On-boarding is a nightmare (they forgot to pay me for a month and cut off benefit selection before I was eligible to select them). Over all, company is too big and they are trying to cut costs by pinching pennies from their employees. No one has been paid bonuses in years, so don't count on that. Oh...and everyone is expected to give up multiple days pay if management can't balance the books. Regretting starting here.
It is expensive, and it reduced in coverage each year. Interesting is when the benefits came with the government mandates that resulted in lower costs for the employer this was not passed on
Work from home and matching 401k are the best.
On paper, Atos benefits appear respectable. However, depending on your role, what's on paper may not matter. As an SDM, I was incredibly overworked for the salary I earned. I was able to compensate for the low salary by hitting my quarterly bonus metrics (15% - not bad!). Still, 70 - 80 weeks couldn't justify the bonus. I left weeks of PTO on the table. Why? Due to Atos financial restructuring, employees were either given the "choice" to take a self-imposed furlough; or the company would simplify their decision by eliminating their position entirely. Oh, about the bonus, if you had not opted for the furlough route and you were expecting a bonus... Well, surprise! There was a good probability that your position might not be around at the time of bonus distributions! Hey, it's all about corporate finance. As far as general benefits are concerned--health, vision, dental, legal, etc. Simply put, if you have the money to dole out, the packages are there. Atos is cutting back on work-from-home arrangements. They have an excellent person who was recently promoted to high-level diversity program management role. One would need to check about employee discounts. Employee discounts are not consistent. Many Atos employees received discounts from the organizations they are servicing rather than Atos!
Sick and Vacation time come out of one pool of hours, no rollover, if you don't use any time you lose it. Medical benefits are very expensive - if you need the family plan, expect about $300 every other week for the standard plan just for medical, and that's if you and your spouse are non-smokers and both completed the wellness requirements. If your spouse has health care offered through another employer, they are not eligible to be covered by the Atos plan. Each adult covered must comply with wellness program involving bloodwork and physical from a physician annually or be charged $1200 more a year. If you are a smoker your rates are raised again $1000 a year per smoking adult. Be sure to take advantage of the FSA account, allowing you to use pre-tax money for medical expenses. 401k is matched 1/2 of contribution up to 6% of salary (company would match 3%) paid once a year. Vision plans are affordable and very good coverage. A La Carte plans (Accident, Critical Illness) are available through a third party (Voya), making a claim for benefits was relatively painless and paid quickly when I used them.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.