The bright and highly driven professionals on our team deserve to be rewarded for their efforts. We oblige with competitive compensation and numerous benefits possibilities -- both tangible and intangible.
50% 401k matching up to 6%
Very high health deductible. Otherwise, solid, standard corporate benefits package. Company matches 401k at 4%, which is very nice.
401 K is great, health is not the best.
Great employee discounts available. Health insurance is sub par compared to most companies.
The benefit package here at CBRE is like no other! The coverage you get for the price you pay I feel that no other company can even compare. There are also plenty of discounts offered just for being an employee.
Generous paid holiday & PTO package
The cost passed back thru to the employee increased annually to make it prohibitive to families. As for vacation time, I didn't get any. I was on call 24/7 365 days and after maxing out, I lost over 240 hours for which I was never paid.
401k match 6%. Depending what your account is and role, flexible hours and work from home.
The medical coverage is poor. As a single person the cost is about $100 per month and the deductible is $2500 with a maximum out of pocket of $6650. So any major issue I have I am looking at a $6650 hospital bill. CBRE does have an HSA they put $500 a year into but its not enough. I guess I just will hope I don't get sick or have issues until I get better insurance. I make less than $60k a year so this would be a major hit to me financially.
Pro: There is no pro to the medical insurance, other than maybe that it's at least offered. The vision, dental, LTD and life insurance are tolerable, but not anything of note. Con: It is the WORST medical insurance plan that I have had offered to me in 38 years of employment. HANDS DOWN! Premiums are outrageously high premiums (depending on your area, there are 4 plans to choose from), HIGH deductible (even on the most expensive option), and the plan doesn't pay for hardly anything. What it pays for preventive care is iffy, at best. Doesn't pay for some diabetes meds, several types of heart meds. Doesn't pay for ANY meds until the high deductible is met, except on the most expensive plan. Wal-Mart has FAR better insurance by comparison. All-in-all, you're better off paying the government penalty for not having insurance than to bother with CBRE's pathetic offering. It's the main thing that I dislike about working for them and maybe what eventually drive me away. With the HSA plan, they don't give you the company contribution up from each year. Instead, they opt to give you a pitiful (roughly $20/individual, $39/family) per pay period towards it. Until you've been there to build up over a year or two, you're stuck paying the majority of that as well, if you want anything in the account. It is administered through Bank of America, which is its own pain to deal with. The vision, dental, disability and life insurance offerings are fairly close to average in their coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.