Great Benefits and started day one.
Health Insurance is kind of high for the coverage that is provided for the size of company that Broadridge has become
The paid Vacation Time Off (VTO) is socially responsible and encourages employees to volunteer.
only the legally-required minimums are offered
Generous charitable contribution match is a plus. Health insurance is pretty good but still expensive, unless you take the high deductible.
Best: ability to work from home. Worst: I thought the benefits were expensive, but that may be indicative of the industry overall.
The benefits package is very thorough and they provide many perks. The on-site medical facility is very convenient, the 401k plan is really nice, they provide meals when folks unexpectedly have to work late or if there is a mandatory weekend test in office. The fitness perks are neat as well. There is an employee recognition program to acknowledge hard workers.
The best thing is the flexibility and the healthcare insurance. Also the other benefits such as the Healthy Roads Program
Health care plan is awful. Very expensive and you get very little in return.
Broadridge offers your typical plan(s) for a firm this size. 6% matching of 401k contributions and a good selection of investment choices. Vacation is generous and depending on the type of job you have there is amply opportunity to work from home.