Aside from perks like having the Goo Goo Dolls play a show at your office or having Chef Robert Irvine cook a meal for you, GMR gives employees a paid holiday break at the end of each year. Plus full-time employees get traditional benefits as well.
Compared to a lot of places they have a ton of great benefits. Because they are trying to get more women in the C Level they offer 100% pay for maternity leave which is a plus, plus a lot of women's initiatives.
401k match is the best thing about the benefits package at GMR Marketing. It's been a while so it's hard to recall
Lots of perks and benefits. They offer health insurance and it's a pretty standard packages. They offer a company match retirement plans.
I was not offered anything because I was a part time employee
Pays well, but I'm not sure if it's enough in comparison do the work you have to do and the people you have to deal with (depends on the program).
Good benefits and time off
Offered a very poor low deductible plan that would include children but not your spouse. The price for adding children was pretty high and would be better to just pay out of pocket compared to pricing.
Seems to be consistent with other agencies.
Decent vacation, 401k match, employee stock purchase
Use to be affordable, and I know every companies coverage cost has increased but medical is SO expensive now. They carry various options for medical, dental, vision (one), and offer a small range of other coverages like Flex Spending, Dependent Care, ESPP, and supplemental plans like Aflac.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.