At Hanover Research we want our co-workers to be healthy so we provide an assortment of benefits and perks to encourage an active lifestyle, healthier eating habits and overall long-term health.
Best: Flexible remote time. Worst: 401k match is low, but I guess we're fortunate to have a match at all.
Well-subsidized health insurance (costs between $20 and $45 per pay period with three plan choices), free dental, corporate gym memberships (Gold's at $30/month no contract is the best one), free fitness center on site, commuter pre-tax benefits (not funded by Hanover but good), 18 days PTO to start with 1 additional day per year, bereavement leave doesn't take from PTO. Only six weeks paid maternity leave (and only 2 weeks paid paternity leave). Offset by very good flexibility, work from home, and flex time (shift hours earlier or later) if you're trustworthy. As other say, 2% 401k match is low but Hanover leadership is well aware of this by now.
Not too bad. Comprehensive benefit backage and flexibility with time off which helped offset poor compensation . The medical was comparable.
Minimal health insurance, and 401K match. Office is very nice with kitchens available to store food with free free fruit and snacks available to all employees. On site gym and bike cage are also very nice.
They have just barely enough to say they are competitive, but a 2% match is just the too of the iceberg as it is indicative of the facade this company puts on time and time again.
Company perks: free snacks. Retirement plan not very good.
Benefits package is fairly competitive. The comp package lacks, but truth be told, Hanover does offer decent benefits.
Employees can get benefits for next to nothing, but if you need them you better have saving.
rewards high performers on the sales team with very appealing comp structures, you can make a lot of money as an experienced sales director. There are constantly 'spot bonuses' offered and the company has season tickets to all major DC sports teams and the company has a suite for the Redskin's season (NFL). Health insurance is good and employees can select the specific features that they want included in their health plan.
The benefits were all inclusive and cheap
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