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Which benefits does Infosys provide?
Current and former employees report that Infosys provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(482 comments)
“Health Insurance is Aetna. It isn't the best, but it isn't the worst.”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(241 comments)
“A good vacation and PTO offered”
- Dental Insurance(132 comments)
“Dental Insurance good dental insurance”
The Benefits package is pretty good. Aetna for health insurance, which is mid-level coverage, in my opinion. Vision and dental insurance is also decent. 401(k) match max at 5% is good. It's 100% vested immediately. Vacation days are minimal, in my opinion. 10 days to start - 15 max. They do give you 6 sick days each year - plus you get your typical big holidays off. The biggest benefit for me is that I'm grandfathered into Working from home since I was hired during COVID. New hires are expected to report to the office,
benefits at Infosys are good
Benefits are different for those on deputation vs local hires
Basic package with 2 weeks of PTO.
401k match up to 5%, health insurance with HSA option, Life insurance, etc. PTO- wise, it is less than average I believe. 10 days vacation leaves, 6 sick leaves and 10 paid holidays. Overall, the benefits are good
Company benefits are average. They provide two weeks of PTO per year, sick days, 401K, health insurance, and the ability to work remotely depending on the project.
it's a wonderful company to start your career
salary is very low compared to other companies.
Cheap Health Insurance, No employee match for 401k
Only two weeks PTO and 2 days maternity/paternity leave