Around the globe, FactSet is committed to creating a workplace environment that is hardworking, flexible, and fun. Our employees hold themselves to high standards, but also enjoy a host of benefits that help us do our jobs better and set us apart from other companies.
A Sense of Balance
FactSet wants its employees to be active, healthy, and happy - not just in their jobs, but in their lives outside of work, as well. While the specifics of each region's wellness programs, vacation policies, and insurance coverage may vary, most offices offer a combination of the following, plus more:
Current and former employees report that FactSet provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Very good coverage options offered”
“20 days of paid time off”
“The company provides reasonable Maternity & Paternity Leave ”
Coverage for dependents as well as household members (when it comes to mental health) are included.
PTO, Shuttle services, Medical and dental insurance, health reimbursement
Love the new Wellness Days that was added this year to make sure each month has at least one holiday.
Good focus on Work/Life balance
Asset / Investment Management
FactSet hi, does anyone have experience working for FactSet in Norwalk, CT? How is the culture like? Are they promoting from within? Turnover? Benefits? Pay? Work-life balance? I’m applying for an investment type role and taking a job with them would require relocation. Anything that you can share is much appreciated, thanks!
The benefits package includes HMO for the employee and its dependents, medical reimbursements, free shuttle service, free drinks, among others.
Good time off and good healt insurance
Shuttle service is the best benefit from the company since it is home drop off.
The company offers good benefits.
Hybrid work, flexible working hours for certain positions in the company
good: - 4% 401K match - employer-paid medical insurance - Mon to Thur free lunches - food and snacks in the kitchen