The benefits here are solid. The company pays a lot and offers many incentives. When my second child was born, I did not pay more for an additional dependent. Maternity leave was SUCH a blessing! They might not be the best in the industry, but GLG strives to be competitive and compassionate in their benefits packages. They also partner with start-up apps to offer supplementary benefits (like: Maven, Urban Sitter, etc). Coming from a background in food service, where the mere idea of benefits or time off was laughable by owners and managers, it is a relief to be with a company that tried to build care into their structure.
Benefits start on your first day!
I am contact/freelance consultant - no benefits.
Great benefits, fully staffed and easy to reach HR that seems to actually care about the well-being of employees. Only cons are that the health insurance plan has a deductible, premiums are not fully covered (but they're cheap), and they do "unlimited" vacation (but people actually do take 4-5 weeks in my experience)
Very extensive benefit package. Good insurance. Extremely professional and helpful HR.
The work from home and unlimited PTO are wonderful. Only downside is their very tiny 401k contribution.
Work life balance wasn’t great. Nice happy hours and occasionally catered lunches. Was an intern so not exposed to full benefits
Work life balance wasn’t great. Nice happy hours and catered lunches occasionally. Was an intern so not exposed to full benefits
Lunch and snack bar, health insurance, paid time off
Typical package, dental, vision, HSA/FSA. The best thing was it was typical not really expensive started on day 1 of employment.
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