At Conversant, we recognize that benefits aren’t a one size fits all proposition--what’s valuable to one associate may be less important to another. We’ve created a comprehensive competitive benefits program that is designed to allow associates to choose the benefits that best fit their needs depending on where they are in their lives. All associates can take advantage of 401(k), Transportation Reimbursement, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), TELADOC, Auto, Home and Pet Insurance, and various wellness resources to help you achieve your health goals. We also offer benefits that aid with life’s challenges, such as Backup Child and Elder Care. Our flexible time off policy allows associates to take the time off they need without worrying about vacation allotments or accruals.
Conversant offers a wide array of training and development opportunities – from working on special projects to online or in-person learning and independent reading to advancing your education through our tuition reimbursement program. When you need to learn new skills or beef up ones you already have, Conversant has the training you need.
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“they have a few options but they're not great and they continue to raise the prices every year.”
“Wells Fargo ( i think they match 100% up to 5%)”
“Maternity leave: 8 weeks paid (basically) you can take up to 12 weeks off some will be unpaid Paternity: 1 week”
Low cost to employee and easy to navigate. Company is in your corner.
Time off has been getting worse as the years go by. To make the company more attractive for acquisition a few years ago they went from defined vacation accrual to "unlimited paid time off" as long as it's approved by your manager. So vacation became dependent on the relationship with your boss. Luckily the managers are pretty good. Also as the company was acquired (first by ADS, then later by Publicis Groupe), the number of company holidays went down (currently it's 8 days).
We didn't have one. I can't tell if was right or not. They were paying a salary and they allowed home office.
Lost a lot benefits after being acquired by Publicis. Stock plan is gone. 4% 401K match. Health premiums and max out of pocket doubled. For a family plan on HSA, look forward to paying at least 5k+ a year for a 10k+ max out of pocket plan.
The flexible PTO is nice to have and although we have full medical benefits, the insurance company that Conversant offers is very slow to process billing.
Good healthcare plan; matching 401K
Unlimited time off is great
Best: Unlimited PTO - encouraged to take time off, not frowned upon, 401k matching, bagels on Fridays Improvements: Would be nice to have some free snacks, free catered lunch once a week, etc..
Excellent personal time options and employee stock purchase program.
Best: You get a bonus every quarter ($5k or $10k annually based on title). Best: Unlimited PTO Worst: Although they have medical coverage, the options are not great - their "fine".
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