No 401(k) matching plan is offered
Large firm - good health insurance options
They offer a diversity of benefits to the employees. They pay a good amount toward the health and dental. They pay into 401K
Raises are flat and the same percentage ( 2% in 2018), this kills any office staff's incentive do go above or beyond. Health benefits increased in employee cost which made the raise negligible or non-existent, to some.
Generous PTO bank, 401k, staff profit sharing, payout/rollover unused PTO, transportation stipend, on-site yoga three times a week, flexibility in hours, subsidized back up care, cereal bar/snack bar, subsidized gym membership in the building.
The benefits are lousy. Co-pays are high. Because the salaries are so low, the hit is even bigger for insurance because you don’t make much to begin with.
Great health insurance and benefits; 401k plan, but no match; no set limit on vacation or sick days
Staff profit sharing; PTO; flexible hours; transportation reimbursement
vacation time is good for administrative staff and lawyers have unlimited vacation as long as work gets done. 401k ,profit sharing , medical and dental are good. overall nice benefit package.
It is in the middle - nothing extreme - nothing great - but not bad either. they should offer a matching 401K - the 401K is limited to certain funds
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.