Current and former employees report that Brafton provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Brafton exceeded expectations with their 401k match, health and overall commitment to employee well-being. ”
“the chromebooks are terrible, but of course remote work is nice…also commonplace now”
“I love that they offer clear PTO and sick time. Many other companies offer "unlimited" PTO but it's not always clear how much time is culturally acceptable to take (and, you wouldn't get paid out for accrued time if you left or were fired). I appreciate that it's clear how much PTO and sick time you have and that staff are never discouraged from taking the time they want and need. ”
Fully remote, medical, retirement, etc
Fully remote workplace, company-provided technology, healthcare/dental, separate PTO/ sick days
It was pretty standard, actually.
Great benefits package that includes health insurance and 401k match.
I recently received an offer from iProspect (part of Dentsu) I’ve heard ups and downs about this company. I currently work for a great company and not sure if I should leave. The new opportunity pays a lot more than I currently make. Does anyone have any advice about this company and whether I should take the job or not?
Senior Vice President
Role at WPP OpenX new company ? I was approached for regional role. I’m still wrapping my brain around the model. Seems good? Always hard to say from ppt slides vs reality. Any thoughts or insights? What’s the culture like? Vision? Leadership? Any pros/cons appreciated
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I’m not sure why people are saying there’s generous PTO. It’s basically the bare minimum employers are legally required to give…and incredibly subpar compared to the WEEKS (or unlimited) other agency and tech companies give their employees—as well as the paid week off between xmas and new years many industry-adjacent companies give. Same goes for parental leave, etc. Direct from the employee handbook revised this summer 2022: Staff starts with 14 days Managers start with 16 days Directors start with 18 days These increase two days per year and theses days per year is accrued and not upon hire. Sick days (5 per year) were recently turned into “personal” days. “An employee is eligible to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid family/medical leave within a 12 month period…[provided that the employee has worked there at least 12 months.” 🙃 Now, despite this being a “global” company that is now fully remote, the ONLY exception is if you are based in a state (like Mass, where the HQ is) where the legal requirement is 12wks paid family leave. Lastly. The company recently switched insurance providers away from Blue Cross Blue Shield to something cheaper for the company & less widespread—which is forcing a lot of folks out of network with their regular providers. Cool. Sure, they made “Brafton Fridays” (getting to log off at 3:30p local time) a Thing, but most of us are stuck working and it’s not really a perk.
Really great health insurance coverage
Terrible benefits top to bottom. Low pay, bad tech stack, 401(k) match delay, limited PTO, bargain barrel insurance options…
For how small the company was, the benefits were quite good.
Brafton offers great employee benefits. Staff are eligible for a 401K match, they offer solid PTO and sick time, the employee handbook clearly outlines policies and options for other leaves (pat, mat, FMLA, bereavement, etc), there's a very flexible WFH policy (even pre-Covid) and there are great health insurance options available (BCBS). I think the best thing is the good health insurance, closely followed by 401K match and PTO.
Best thing is working from home. That's it