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“Allowance for medical dental and optical include together”
“This benefit is very easy to manage with many resources to help you make decisions as your circumstances change.”
“There is unlimited vacation for highly compensated individuals. However, most people do not have time to take advantage of the benefit,”
Benefits start quickly at CBRE including mostly important like medical. 401k starts right away with match too.
They offer very flexible hours
CBRE has a decent benefits package. Most Fortune 500 companies have much better benefits packages, but I've also seen a lot worse in some companies. I've been on both the standard benefits package, and the Highly Compensated Employee (HCE) benefits package (for those earning >$100k). Standard benefits get better the longer you work for the company. You start off with 15 days PTO (including sick for certain areas) and a generous 11 days holiday. PTO increases at regular intervals, the first being a jump to 20 days in your fifth year of service. CBRE will match up to 4% of your 401k contributions and offer a variety of health plans. The amount you contribute to the health plan increases based on your salary, which I think keeps it fair; those earning less will contribute less. Being an HCE you get "unlimited PTO" and a generous severance package (should you need it).
The most affordable healthcare plan is the high deductible plan. It is an average plan in the market.
A bit better than average health benefits
PTO is accrued at different levels with tenure. 4.? Per pay period for 0-4 yrs, 6.16 per/pay period for 5-9 yrs, 10-15 yrs 7.69 hrs the 8.? For 15+ yrs. HCE have unlimited PTO. There is no sick leave. You use PTO for everything. When you get to the 5-10 yr Mark it adds up quickly.
They offer a much better package for senior level employees.
They have a competitive benefits package
Great benefits include very competitive PTO. 401k is underwhelming but there is a small company match.
Your PTO time is accrues overtime.
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