The benefits package is absolutely amazing. They truly work to support families, as well as individual employees. Medical, dental, vision, 401K, FSA, and more. It's pretty hard to beat!
20 days PTO + encouraged to take it; excellent health insurance package;
Best: very generous time off (20 days PTO to start, though it maxes out at 25 after 5 years of service). Great medical. Worst: not much put aside for learning and development, and it can be hard to get the time for this, too.
Health benefits package is pretty comprehensive and is very reasonable in terms of employee contribution per month. Includes pre-tax transit benefits. The vacation time is very reasonable. You start off at 20 days (4 weeks) and most people have some time roll over for not using all of it (it's pretty hard to use it all) so you can take fairly long vacations. Currently 401K they match 50% of what you put in up to 6% of your salary, which is quite reasonable to save up for retirement.
The base health coverage is no cost to the employee.
• Health care, dental, and vision rates are better than average. Coverage is fairly good. • Family bonding leave is above and beyond most companies in the US. • More paid holidays than most companies. • PTO offerings are better than average. • 401k offerings are atrocious. Most funds have fairly high expense ratios and poor performance. Lack of good index fund options compared to most companies.
Great benefits - paid time off is great and flexible - summer hours allow half days on Fridays which is very family-friendly. They could improve their family/maternity/paternity benefits and match charitable contributions.
maybe people will think the 401k match is kind of low? its really a great benefits package with little to grieve about.
best thing is that they can match half of your investment in 401K worst thing is that I don't like to record what I did in every hour
health insurance and 401k matching is pretty good. Number of PTO days increase for employees who spend 5 years in BuroHappold.
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