PTO - 18 days, plus 3-4 summer Fridays. After 3 years, PTO goes up +5 days. 401k- matches around 6%, after 2 years it vests 100%. Work/life balance - depending on team/dept, there are options to work from home.
The company has one of the better maternity leaves in the country. Wish maternity leave in the U.S. was longer.
Benefits packages are affordable with great coverage. Prices are staggered per income rate.
401k match very is larger than many companies. Vacation benefits are good, but due to the nature of the business, they often go unused.
Turner Broadcasting/CNN offered a competitive benefits package with decent options for PPO health plans. If you're in news, time off is restricted based on staffing and, of course, the breaking news cycle. However, PTO is decent and depending on the supervisor you can earn comp time for long days worked.
The salaries may not seem like a lot from a production standpoint, but the benefits are hands down, phenomenal. Worst thing is that the process of obtaining some health benefits, can be very inefficient.
I didn't have any benefits because I was intern. I don't have information on this for that reason.
CNN has excellent benefits. Full medical, dental, and vision coverage. Company matching contribution into your 401k. Volunteer days.
CNN shares parent company Time Warner's benefits. which are excellent. Comprehensive medical, dental, vision coverage at reasonable costs. Excellent vacation benefits after several years of fulltime employment,
Good 401(k). Always changing insurance. Fewer and fewer perks.They seem to take more away every year. Otherwise, standard large company benefits.
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