Pretty good benefits. Insurance includes vision, dental. They are also receptive to employee feedback and opportunities to improve benefits.
You get ten vacation days and you must work there three years or become a senior consultant to get another five. You also may be pressured to work during your vacation days. No bonuses, at the lower levels at least. Health insurance is expensive. You can work from home and HR sells this as a perk, but certain managers or teams will look down on you for doing it.
401k matching. $5,000/year tuition reimbursement. Commuter subsidy. Healthcare. Seems good, standard.
C Space provides average insurance benefits and matches your 401K. They provide average vacation days.
Good dental and health insurance coverage. Flexible attitudes towards working remotely/WFH when need be. Annual volunteer days. Other typical - but good to have - benefits. Overall, good package.
The benefits are fair compared to other companies I have worked for in the past. However the medical is moderately expensive and you are forced to use mail order RX. Vacation days and sick days are strictly enforced as well. There are also numerous cultural events which you can opt into and benefits which are unique to the Boston office.
The best thing is that they offer benefits in every area that you could possibly want them. The worst thing is that they only match 401K investments up to 4%.
Decent medical benefit options but fairly large employee costs, particularly for families. Benefit to being part of Omnicom when it comes to medical benefits, 401K and stock purchase.
Company perks limited in NY office in comparison to Boston.
On a scale of 1 - 5, I would give our benefits package a 4. I believe that we are above the average for similar companies in Boston - but we are certainly not the best. I think the word that best describes our benefits and our culture is flexibility. In my observation of our work space - as long as you get your work done - no one cares what time you walked in the door in the morning, walked out at night or worked from home. And this kind of flexibility you can't put a price tag on. I think one of the things that speaks volumes about our benefits and the culture we have here is over the course of the last 18 months we have had two employees who had to be out for an extended period of time for family crisis. In both cases, employees were allowed to donate unused PTO to our colleagues so that they didn't have to worry about finances while they were dealing with family issues. That says a lot about the company that they allowed us to do that (and it is a HUGE pain for HR and Payroll to figure all that out) and about how much the people who work here care about each other. And those are two things you can't place a price tag on!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.