Equifax has a comprehensive benefits package - 100% 401 K match up to 5%, great health benefits, parental leave for new child, college assistance program, depending on the role a very flexible working environment with opportunities to WFH, plenty of time off & holidays, recognition programs with opportunities to earn points, along with many perks and discounts!
Benefits are decent. Matches up to five percent of your contribution to 401k. Coverage isn't too expensive. Rolled back on HSA contributions.
On par for market. 401K matching was just reduced.
Work life balance, 5% 401k matching
Every year the cost goes up and the coverage drops. You can probably do better on your own.
Horrible benefits. Healthcare cost is twice as much compared to other companies. $43/pay period for HDHP is crazy when my last company was $23. I'm new so these are both 2019 rates. In 2019, they are no longer making contributions to the HSA. PTO is a joke. They hire you in at 15 days per year when seems reasonable until you realize that if you are exempt, you don't get any more until you've been there 9 years (not a typo). If you are nonexempt, you get an increase after 4 years. Work from home. You can get it approved, but is "not part of their policy" Work\Balance is non-existent depending on what group. The offer you a ridiculously high salary then expect you to work every day & be available 24\7. They treat exempt employees like nonexempt (without the OT & extra vacation days stating they must "log 40 hours" & is expected to work 9-5.
Compensation is okay, not competitive enough with the market. Terrible health benefits.
pretty good flexibility. 6 weeks PTO for mothers and fathers. Health care plans are super expensive.
Typical benefits for a company this size.
401k match & working from home
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