Heath Insurance, 401K are good
the 20 days paid time off is best benifit to me.
Great benefits and advantages you won’t find in similar companies!
The health insurance has expensive premiums, but that is true of health plans everywhere. The best benefits Dun & Bradstreet has is the disability/family leave. I had to take a month off to recover from a surgery. The company paid me my full wage the entire time and would have continued to for another two months if I had needed it. There are also unlimited sick days and you are ACTUALLY encouraged to take them if you are not well.
Overall package was comprehensive and affordable. However, private equity ownership has brought a lot of change to its corporate culture. Any candidate greatly concerned about benefits should ask a lot of questions before accepting an offer.
It's changed a lot over the past few years but the tier choices are all basically bad to worse. You're either paying a lot upfront to have so-so coverage, or paying a little on the front end to for coverage that makes a trip to the doctor not worth the out of pocket expense.
Nice PTO policies. 401(k) matching. Health coverage is good. The lower-cost healthcare options are good for young people with few health issues.
Nothing cutting edge, but good benefits. Generous time off, two volunteer days a year. Health care costs are rising of course, but pretty well-contained. Some opportunity for telecommuting/flex time.
Great benefits package overall between health, new kid, vacation, etc.
Great benefits for all employees
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