Current and former employees report that Genpact provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“basically the normal procedure of submitting claims ”
“4 weeks given. all good”
“Very nice selection of investments ”
Pro: 1. Incredible BCBS benefits packages. Cons I actually experienced: 1. At one point my insurance was randomly dropped & I only found out because my local pharmacy informed me. It took months to have the insurance reinstated & the internal employees & HR reps I spoke to along the way made the ordeal more stressful, unfortunately. 2. Internally HR withheld information from me when I requested several times (They gave the same info to someone else in upper management, so I'm not guessing this..) They pick & choose who they help. I didn't receive certain benefits because of this. 3. I had an event needing coverage during COVID. The insurance company tried to not cover it initially. Several months later I received a letter from a legal company stating they were actually suing alleging they were purposefully not covering certain people.... I didn't get another bill. So, that was thankfully taken care of.
limited coverage & high cost to employee
Overall the benefits weren't great, however one in particular made a huge impact for me personally. They offered paternity leave when my wife gave birth to our son. I had only been there a little over 6 months. I was so appreciative.
Time off and flexible work from home hybrid
I am working in the field of ESG and climate change for quite some time, and now I want to switch to another firm. Currently I have cleared interviews with Genpact and Kearney. The role at Genpact is of a senior consultant and Kearney the position is of senior analyst. Kearney was offering significantly higher salary then Genpact. However, Genpact is now pushing me to join them and has decided to match Kearney's offer. Any suggestion or insights would be of great help.
Excellent benefits and 41ok within the job.
PTO is ok. You don't get sick days, nor do you get holidays off, so you must use PTO for everything. There is 401K, its the same as anywhere else. Maternity/Paternity leave is available through insurance, the first week though they will use PTO. Insurance package is good, lots of options and add-ons you can choose.
4% employer match for 401k.
How much they pay on average?
Great 401K and Medical insurance
Pretty good benefits at Genpact