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“Health benefits were decent and then some changes were made along the way without considering the team. ”
Good benefits,medical and dental, fair PTO,
medium level company , not better benefits . very limited head count
The vacation time is up to three weeks after only a couple of years of employment. This along with all the other standard benefits make for a decent package.
You gain a third week of vacation after working for 2 years or being promoted up to (or hired at) Staff level.
Great Utilization and Overtime bonus structures, PTO buyback. The 401k match is given in lump sum at end of year and maxed at 3%.
Great bonus structure, good overtime pay, great extras like 401k matching.
Collaborative pays really well and offers a great work life balance. This is pretty rare in the consulting industry and makes it a great place to work. One of the biggest downsides is the way bonuses are handled. Bonuses are doled out quarterly and are a percentage of your base salary. If any sick time is taken in a given quarter, you do not receive a bonus. The reasoning makes sense, if you aren't working at a client they aren't getting paid, but it's not like anyone can control if they get sick of not. This is especially unfair if you have a chronic health condition. Most clients will allow working from home when sick, but there are times when taking a sick day is necessary.
Vacation plan is great. Health insurance is very expensive.
Pretty generous PTO policy, though it does require a little corporate sleight of hand to be able to use it in a way that preserves your bonus.
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