Gensler is owned entirely by its people, and we believe in sharing the firm’s success with those responsible for creating it. Every person who joins our firm receives twice annual bonuses, and every person is automatically enrolled in Gensler’s Profit Sharing Plan and our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). These qualified retirement plans are 100 percent funded by Gensler; they reward our people for the indelible contributions they make to our collective success. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes a choice of medical plan, as well as dental, vision, life, disability, and pre-tax saving plans
Salary can be a bit lower than other comparable offices but bonus and employee stock plan is generous to loyal and good performing employees.
Great benefits. Vacation, medical, dental, vision, stock plans, retirement plans, and a great culture. Fun workplace. Trying to meet twenty word minimum.
Overall a pretty comprehensive benefit package. Does not include maternity/paternity leave beyond the normal short term disability and FMLA leave options. Large company that has big buying power to keep premiums relatively low in the current healthcare economy.
We have profit sharing, we all own part of the company ( privately held stock) and we have a 401K plan.
The best thing it that they provide good health insurance and profit sharing but not very many PTO/ leaves.
Good overall compensation compared to other architectural companies. Decent medical benefits. Recently improved vacation policy and flex schedule make the work - life balance more manageable.
Good profit sharing and ESOP plan. Good health care benefits with Gensler making a good contribution to the cost of my benefits.
Best is Overtime paid Worst is low salary
Gensler has a comprehensive benefits package that covers all the bases. Good health insurance options and an ESOP. They don't match 401(k) investments and the Paid Time Off is minimal (14 days a year which includes sick days).
There is some coverage for infertility which is great.
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