At Epsilon, 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.
The benefits package at Epsilon is pretty industry standard; it has all the usual items with the standard amounts available.
401k match, employee stock purchase plan
Decent health insurance at a good rate, vision and dental good, pet insurance discounts available. Generous company match to 401K
Comprehensive benefits due to the company being owned by a larger corporation.
Insurance switched from Aetna to BCBS and has gotten worse.
After Publicis has acquired, benefits was more like a downgrade which made a lot of employees quit. Medical plans, 401K make no sense.
Vacation time and sick time are generous and I believe to be effective at point of hire. Health and dental insurance are also offered.
Competitive benefits. FTO is great perk
Limited choices as far as benefit options go. Their service providers are impossible to work with. They didn't pay for a lot of my treatments although I had money in my HSA that they froze saying they're missing proper paperwork which was sent 4 times.
Inconsistent benefits package for opportunity for salary increase or bonus. Inequality across the organization - dependent on the leadership stakeholder
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.