Recently updated insurance to offer more choices. Prices are good, slightly better than industry average. Good family leave policy: • Maternity Leave – 16 weeks total, in combination with time provided through short-term disability, following the birth of a child. • Paternity Leave – 6 weeks for fathers following the birth of a child. • Adoption Leave – 6 weeks for mothers and fathers following an adoption of a child. Company is currently focused on work-life balance initiative and reducing gender pay gap. There are free snacks/beverages in the Bowie office. The employee portal leaves a bit to be desired, it is difficult to research what additional benefits might be available to you and the policies around them (e.g. educational). You aren't assigned an HR person to contact, you email a ticketing system which means you are constantly dealing with different people.
In 2018, FTI stopped being a self-funded insurance provider to employees. Now employees participate in Aeon exchanges with a set amount kicked in by FTI. The difference is the insurance claims are more closely scrutinized and the hassle factor is increasing. The insurance change felt unsettling and poorly communicated to veteran employees.
While FTI Consulting has a full range of benefits, the health insurance package is not up to expectations. IT was changed for 2018, and it was admitted that employees were being "encouraged" to move to Kaiser and some of the HR executives were "surprised" that the employees adamantly did not want to change from Cigna to Kaiser and so were complaining about the stiff increase of premiums that they were expected to tolerate to keep coverage somewhat comparable to 2017. Health insurance is extremely important to me, so I left over this issue.
Snack closet. Great vacation. Good benefits. Good compensation. Challenging work. Great people. Free parking. Close to downtown and South Side. Good lunch options nearby.
Very work-life balanced with regard to available PTO, 401K available, dental, etc.
There was a 401K and vision and healthcare although only high deductible medical plans. Is this 20 words yet?
Finally offers various insurance carriers to chose from at various coverage levels but the cost disparity among them for the same level of service is substantial. Saw a 40% increase in premium costs for same level of coverage as last year.
Bad bonus plan, no work-life balance, management expects you to work lots of extra hours without pay
The company has a standard benefits package including matching 401(k)
good health insurance good 401k, not great pay, good work from home
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