There wasn't much information about benefits at Newsweek and they weren't offered immediately when hired. HR was a bit overwhelmed with all the others who had been hired.
There is no 401K matching, and the HR department has said they are working to change that for several months with no actual progress. The health insurance offered is the bare minimum. They offer a tax-free option for transportation/subway costs. There is no gym membership discount, health incentives, or gym on-site. There were end-of-year bonuses given out, but they vary from year to year. There is no maternity or paternity option. The compensation for working holidays / weekend shifts is not actually recorded through HR, so those days are not paid out if you leave.
They have free bagels on Wednesday.
only pro is work from home options, but PTO/vacation/sick days are very limited, holidays are few. I didn't use the health insurance but heard it was very bad.
NO 401k. insurance... so so!
This job is a straight up nightmare, trust me you are not that desperate for a job look elsewhere or you will regret it.
Bad health insurance is better than no health insurance. Taking time off is pretty painless, and if you have to work a weekend they'll comp you days.
Too little vacation. Subpar insurance half the time. No 401k company matching.
Best: Health insurance (United Healthcare/Oxford), paid time off (includes vacation) Worst: No 401(k)
Terrible package - 50/50 health insurance contribution effectively cut my salary by about 15%.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.