BDO's Total Rewards include – but are so much more than – the things traditionally thought of as "benefits," such as compensation and health-related insurance (medical, dental and vision). Our wide range of rewards and our employees’ ability to customize rewards to their individual needs are two of the reasons BDO has been honored with so many workplace awards, includingWorking Mother 100 Best Companies and more than 30 local Alfred P. Sloan awards for Excellence in Workplace Flexibility.
Great amenities and perks. There is always free food in the kitchen and very flexible with PTO and sick time.
Best thing is the low annual out of pocket maximum and low monthly premiums. Worst would be that there is no coverage for fertility assistance. Also the FSAs run on a fiscal plan year which can be hard to figure out with your calendar year taxes.
Compensation was great and I learned a lot about all the benefits like BDOFlex from online training
Not the best befits, but comparable to other companies
pretty standard and comparative to what other firms offer. Office is closed Christmas through New Years (which could be good or bad depending on what you do for the holidays). Can work from home from time to time, flexibility with the work week.
Decent benefits. No discounts on gym memberships. Most big companies offer this.
Great benefit package that includes health insurance to pet insurance.
health insurance is on par with the competition, solid 401k match, very fair PTO (although hard to use at times)
The best is the time schedule flexibility cause you can work at home if you have to. The worst is the internal management team isn't mature yet. They need to improve that.
401k is good. They match 25% of your contribution. PTO is decent (16 days a year for associates) and they are closed from Christmas through New Year's. They let you take off more than 16 days if you're willing to go unpaid, virtually no questions asked if it's not busy season.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.