The benefits are generally good for a company this size, just a little below a former employer that was 10 times bigger. Costs are ok, I guess they pay 2/3 or so- better than many. When a critical project required the IT folks work overtime for a few months, they added a temporary supplemental daycare benefit. No company is perfect, but that is an some indicator of reasonable effort to take care of employees so they can take care of the business.
Like most companies, as the years went on the health insurance became insanely expensive and the coverage became less and less. The PTO was fine. You accrued time as you were there. After 15 years I had 200 hours each January.
Average benefit package that has nothing to recommend as a unique or superior benefit.
Benefits are lagging. They want to be a player but have major drawbacks. 401K matches are made annually so if you leave during the year you get zero!!!!! Plus the match is random and undefined while executives sit rich with a defined benefits retirement.
Three medical plan options, life & disability options, stock options, 401k
Has a very comprehensive benefit offering. PTO could be better, but not terrible.
The healthcare options are poor. We pay too much for insurance that we don't receive any benefit from unless we have major medical expenses. The deductibles are too high for what we have to pay. The PTO and work life balance are excellent though.
The benefits are fairly standard and what you would expect from a large employer. Health, 401K with floating match, vacation, dental, vision, etc. I believe the retirement package is the biggest gap so negotiate your salary to save more on your own. It can be done and works out nicely.
Terrible PTO policy. Increment only to those who exceeds 10 years of service with the company. No maternity leave. Work-life balance sucks.
They no longer have a pension plan for new employees (not sure why current employees would reference pension plans). The 401K isn't bad from a match perspective, but Equifax only contributes once a year so employees miss out on the benefit of dollar cost averaging and compounding from dividends/capital gains. This is a big loss for employees, which most probably don't even realize. Medical plans are expensive and increase by 5% annually, as Equifax funds the plans while Cigna manages the plans. Pay raises are typically below the national average. Every year Management asks for employee feedback and every year the employees say the same thing, yet Management/HR continue doing nothing. Employees have become as complacent as Management.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.