Our philosophy is to create a flexible, high-performing and supportive culture, where Gallup associates, family members and clients are empowered to actively engage in their own well-being.
The medical benefits are top notch. Many small perks/add ons such as paying half your gym membership. Wish they compensated for the Metro.
Almost nothing good about the benefits that they offer to employees, already small paychecks made smaller by "benefits"
have to wait three months to quaalify
You are required to work however many hours you sign up. Make your own schedule, but no work in the mornings. You get a lot of bonuses for referring people, and working extra hours. Tuition reimbursement after working there a few years. Great for high schoolers and through college.
Competitive package among peers, takes care of employees
Expensive healthcare plan, long time to be vested for 401K (6 years), get amount of hours you need to work for the year, can take vacation/sick days as long as you hit your number, flex schedule
There only available to full time employees which sucks for part timers.
Three health insurance packages. 401k match. Fitness reimbursement. Great wellness program. However, 401k vesting is over 6 years. Unlimited PTO is hardly used due to high expectations and guilt- Working long hours is valued.
Ridiculous when compared to their (perceived) competition. The old adage was "we pay you a lot and you can do whatever you want re: benefits. Too bad the pay they offer does not support that falsehood
There are some good benefits if you stay at Gallup for a year or longer. I just don't know how people can stay there that long. Such an awful job.1
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.