no 401k Matching, offers dental, medical, and health benefits with high deductibles
best: - relocation assistance - reimbursements during training - training is paid - decent healthcare coverage (vision, health, life, dental) worst: - NO 401K Match (as of 02/2018) - Paid Vacation accruals: 10 days (accrue 1st year), 12 days (after 2 yrs), 15 days (after 5 yrs.). - Time-Off = not paid
Low pay for entry level
Salary package is good but no 401K benefits, average health insurance. Policies are annoying. The visa processes will do well. Managers are helpful, understandable.
good benefits ,401k plan and better health insurance plans. nice place to work. gym facilities
Difficult time parsing through all the benefit information. not a concise explanation. spent a lot of time trying to parse through inof
Packages are not up to industry standard for the loyal / long term employees.
Horrible Health Insurance through Aetna - High Deductible, No Co-Pay only Co-Insurance. (Plan with Co-Pay costs twice the regular Insurance). Co-Insurance gets started after the high deductible for the entire family is met even if it is for a single member of the family. Even the insurance cost is borne mostly by the employee with the amount being deducted from the salary.
Infosys is alone among its competitors to not offer any company match on its 401K program. This is a major reason it is not able to attract top talent in the U.S. market.
Very lean benefits package for a multibillion dollar global tech company. As a manager, it was difficult to get new hires accustomed to US-style benefits to accept job offers, especially given the steep employee cost-sharing.
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