Pretty standard benefits - government holidays, vacation, PTO, medical, dental and vision.
They offer benefits, but cannot afford to have family benefits
Capstrat's benefits were awesome until Ketchum acquired them in 2013. Slowly over a 2-year period the benefits decreased or disappeared. For instance, emoloyees were given a $100 "health" benefit to use for things like new running shoes, a new workout outfit or a gym membership and that was totally taken away shortly after selling out to Ketchum. Health insurance went up considerably. I know it did for everyone but this still shocked me because I thought being part of the "Omnicom" organization would bring lower premiums because of the large volume of employees. Their 401k was nothing special.
Typical Health Insurance, 401k, Vision, Dental. Standard package of ~12 vacation days.
The benefits are standard. There is nothing overwhelmingly good or bad. The package is that which is available to other Ketchum employees nationwide. The health insurance is now trending toward more high-deductible options but the there are generally affordable plans regardless of your need.
401k, vacation, a/c, health, dental, vision
Health insurance and 401K are pretty good considering the overall economic environment
Excellent benefit plans. Ease of use and a good network of providers The company covered about 75% of the cost of the insurance premiums for employees
401K, health insurance coverage, below average vacation, paid holidays, half day Fridays during the summer months
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.