We have competitive benefits that promote health and wellness, builds current and future financial security, enhances work-life balance and allows for personal choice and flexibility for employees and their dependents.
Employees may enroll their domestic partners (same-sex or opposite-sex) and eligible children of the domestic partner as covered dependents under the medical, dental, vision and voluntary life insurance plans if the employee meets the criteria.
The information contained herein is intended for guidance purposes only. Benefit plans and employee eligibility may vary at certain Gannett locations. Gannett remains free, in its sole discretion, to change, amend or eliminate the policies, benefits, rules and regulations described herein at any time, with or without notice. No member of Gannett management has the authority to bind Gannett to any of the terms or provisions in this document. Further, nothing herein shall be construed as creating an obligation of Gannett to employ the employee for a particular length of time.
The medical insurance is expensive but that might just be a symptom of our poor healthcare system in the US.
Good benefits for a large media company
Great so far, I hope to see more.
The best thing is that you get three weeks of vacation after two years. However, there are no roll overs. You have to use all your PTO hrs within the year. You lose whatever you left.
The amount of PTO available grows through tiers. After a few years you have a month's worth a year. Medical and Dental are standard. They added a Co-Pay plan for medical after employees requested it.
I like that I can get life insurance and get paid for working on holidays.
Health Insurance is not that great, pay and 401k is below average. Best part is the people you work with.
So many benefits it is hard to list them all. Excellent maternity leave. Overall the best benefits setup compared to any company I have worked at. HR listens to and supports inquiries.
Pretty standard offerings, nothing unique or extra
Has option for 401k Plan but with no employer match. No medical benefits until you work a certain amount of shifts, which ends up being a little after a year of being employed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.