CDW gets IT when it comes to benefits. We get that you want high-quality and affordable benefits. We also get that you want benefits that are flexible enough to fit your needs. That's why we invest in you by protecting you. Physically. Emotionally. Financially and your personal safety. Why? Because CDW wants every coworker to get more out of life, and it is our opportunity to invest in you.
great insurance and various benefits like onsite oil change, childcare and gym.
CDW is pretty flexible with work/life balance. Many departments offer the option to work from home a couple times a week. In Chicago, there's also often free food from vendors. Vacation time, sadly, is disappointing. Starts at two weeks but definitely negotiate for three before you start. 7 holidays and 5 sick days, 2 of which you can use as a "personal" day. 401k doesn't vest until 5 years, but they do offer profit sharing, which is nice. Tuition benefit is available, but you'll have to pay back whatever they gave you within the past 2 years if you leave.
Very generous health/vision/dental insurance benefits. Time off is encouraged and most people work a 8 hour day.
Great partner relationships allow for wider offerings to customers. Solution divisions need a realignment to allow for greater segment focus instead of technology focus.
Everyone has very good opportunities for benefits and it is all about if you take advantage of it. Time off is given within reason, and you can built your 401K from day one. There are always events going on for coworkers and tons of awesome things to do within the city.
Amazing place to work with a lot of opportunity.
Solid benefits package with various options of coverage. 401K matching. Very good work-life balance perks too. Bad thing is you Have to get in at a good starting pay as all raises/promotions are based on that.
Company perks include spiffs/contests at manager discretion. healthcare and 401k are normal I would say. Vacation accrued monthly rather than give for the year and the time given increases with length of service.
stellar medical and insurance options. 401k choices are decent
Good benefits, could be better
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