The benefits package is actually very generous however, the health insurance is somewhat pricey. Over the company offers great benefits
Best thing: matching contribution to retirement account. Worst thing: salaries are so low that contributions to retirement accounts must be minimal for most non-director level staff. Salaries do not compete with market review. Market surveys presented to staff are vague and do not present a credible substantiation of salary ranges. Vision/decent dental/health insurance options are reasonable. However, FH benefits managers are not always clear about changes to plans, so staff will need to make quick decisions related to health insurance selection - with limited information or responsiveness from FH benefits managers. Work from home is flexible per team - given travel demands on some staff this is helpful to maintain a decent work-life balance.
Compensation station is extremely extremely poor. 401k is solid. Health benefits have gotten worse and worse while also being more expensive. Unsustainable living from Compensation
Really cheap insurance and superb 403b matching but very low amount of vacation and parental leave.
401 k is pretty good.
Great Benefits..especially the Employer dollar to dollar match up to 10%
They match your 401K %. Benefits are great overall.
Unremarkable benefits package. It had what was necessary but most employees don't stay long enough to have their 401K contributions matched.
Best thing: Freedom House matches 401K contributions. That's free money. Freedom House has comprehensive health and dental benefits for employees, and a reasonable vacation policy, giving employees both sick and vacation days. Other companies (including my new company) aren't nearly as generous with employee benefits.
Best: 401k matching up to 10% of the salary Worst: 12 days vacation per year
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