Current and former employees report that Interbrand provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“No changes during the year, but relatively low monthly costs. ”
“it is similar to other companies”
Low monthly insurance costs compared to other agencies.
Since I’ve been at the company, they have not matched our 401K plan. Management says this year they aim to put a match back in place.
The standard benefits with some flex use of PTO. Observed holidays are more generous than many companies.
strong benefits for full time employees
Would you interview for a position you feel you’re under qualified for? I have been a senior consultant of strategy at Interbrand for about a year now. I have a total of 5 years experience working in branding/advertising. I received a recruiter InMail last week regarding a strategy director role at a smaller branding agency. The job seems interesting and challenging and I’m def intrigued by the opportunity and title bump but I feel like I am not ready to take on the director role yet. Continued.
Comprehensive benefits package with great vacation plan
Best thing is a 3.5K Education Budget. Healthcare is average or below average - is negotiated by Omnicom. The company is very limited perks compared to other creative or brand agencies.
No 401k matching, unreliable bonus payments
health insurance, 401k, children office visits, bgb ceremony...
Great health benefits. Access to multiple discounted perks as part of Omnicom network. From reduced gym, to discounts from AT&T to theater & sports events. No 401k match is the one downside.
Mediocre healthcare options. NO 401K MATCH. Vacation and remote working fairly flexible. Very few other benefits or perks to speak of.