Current and former employees report that Burson-Marsteller provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Plan is offered through Vanguard”
“Vacation was generous and I was not bothered on vacation”
“It's not the best in the industry, but it does exist. Baby steps.”
solid benefits for an agency
Good benefits including medical and retirement. Very understanding of taking vacation and time off. Also good employee discounts on a variety of products.
Comprehensive suite of benefits: medical, dental, vision, STD/LTD, 401(K), tuition reimursement
Great healthcare benefits and 401K plan overall, but the vacation time is standard but could be a little bit better.
I was offered a basic benefits package. There was nothing exciting about the package.
They supposedly pay (up to $6K/year) for continued education...but it's a painful process that you'll likely never see come to fruition given the average employment time is less than it takes to complete any significant program.
Best: 401k, health/dental, employee discounts Worst: vacation days do not roll over and taking the time off to use all the days is nearly impossible (hint: do not use as a negotiation tool!)
Burson benefits are standard and maybe a little outdated. They have a generous 401k plan, but it only kicks in after you have been with the company for three years. They only offer two weeks of paid vacation, which is standard and not competitive. I hope they work on increasing their paid vacation time and keep up with better work and life balance.
There are no good things about the benefits program. Health insurance is too costly, time off is minimal, and they a horrible 401k plan.
Outstanding 401k - start contributing as soon as you start working there. Good time off, very reasonable healthcare package.