Healthcare is the best part
A very thorough benefits package that has remained relatively stable throughout my nearly decade career here. I would consider it competitive for both the financial as well as the tech industry. As healthcare costs in general have increased dramatically over the past 10+ yrs or more, I believe DB has done a very good negotiating better insurance rates with its vendors.
Benefits were incredible. Everything from paid vacations, 401K, some of the best insurance I ever had. Ability to work from home if needed.
Maternity leave benefit is very generous
401k has decent fund options with both a fixed contribution by Deutsche Bank in addition to the 4% annual match.
great 401k and great benefits - defintely comparable to its peers
Great maternity and paternity leave. Comparable 401k match. Flexible work schedule to accommodate work life balance.
They offer Medical, Dental, Flex Spending, Corporate Match for Grants but the system is now all online so it's very difficult to get a live person when you have questions. Also the medical claims submission is very complicated and there are always errors on Insurance Co's part so you have to call so many people just to get an answer.
Worst company ever. Unethical HR at their 60 wall st office . Unlimited sick leave my foot . They let me go and are asking me to pay money for the supposedly “overpayment” they did for sick days over 5 days. HR can give you a hard time when they let you go. Seems she is running her own company. I had requested a non standard employment verification letter 3 weeks before they let me go and it’s been 6 weeks and they still haven’t provided that. Meh severance, that too will be paid as bonus, so more taxes on that. That too they hold until you pay them for sick leaves over 5 days. You need to be in “good standing” with them as per new terminology by HR when I asked why my severance didn’t arrive.
The benefits are really good compared to some of the other “big banks” and of course they start Day one.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.