At Bloomberg, we are proud to offer a comprehensive suite of benefits to ensure the health, well-being, and financial security of you and your dependents.
Health and well-being:
We offer comprehensive medical, prescription, dental, vision and other company-subsidized health-related benefits for you and your dependents. Bloomberg also sponsors BWELL, our workplace well-being program. BWELL offers programs throughout the year to assist you in maintaining or improving your health, such as ergonomics training, smoking-cessation workshops, a fitness-subsidy program, gym discounts, weight-loss programs, screening programs and more. Bloomberg also provides several onsite services including wellness coaching, health centers, and employee assistance program counseling.
Financial protection and retirement savings:
We offer financial protection benefits such as disability and life insurance; and a retirement savings plan to help you build income for the future. Our commitment to you is reflected in the investment choices available and the generous matching contribution we make to your retirement savings.
We provide a wide range of voluntary benefits that you may choose to elect, at your cost, based on the needs of you and your family. These benefits provide group savings and discounts on a range of insurance options and are additional to your regular Bloomberg benefits.
Family and life:
We offer a variety of resources and benefits to support you throughout different life stages—such as planning for a family, managing work and family responsibilities, and caring for an older loved one.
Please note that our substantial list of additional benefits will vary from region to region. Just ask your recruiter.
Easy election system, clear information is provided about changes to benefits every year.
401k matching and health insurance are the best I have ever head of
Very generous benefits, not as rich as tech company benefits, but better than majority of newsroom benefits.
Very competitive benefits package. Vacation days are encouraged to be used.
The Viagra prescriptions (if you want one, maybe because you drink hevialy or from using other prescriptions etc...) Are capped at 9 pills a month. What basis does the insurance company have to limit your prescription from a doctor?
50% retirement match. Plenty of investment vehicle options. Medical, vision and dental are all solid.
Bloomberg uses tons of contractors to cut cost so no benefits and a very difficult path to getting to full time. I was essentially a full time sales associates but on contract so I was relatively cheap- my friends who stayed were on contract for 3-4 years before being converted or let go
Best thing about the benefits is that medical/dental/optical insurance is free for yourself, dependents and spouse (if they don't work). In addition, they take care of you with breakfast/lunch in the Princeton office. Worst thing is they used to provide coverage for your spouse regardless if they work, but now you have to pay monthly.
Great 401k match, time off
Free food and great benefits in terms of mental health!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.