To start: You get 3 weeks vacation and 6 sick days to start off with. After 5 years this increases to 4 weeks vacation and 6 sick days. You can purchase more vacation days, up to two weeks. You can roll over up to 5 vacation days to the next year, which must be used by March 31st, or else you lose them. For my team, I have so much work that I end up having a week vacation left, so I usually roll that over into the next year. There is some flexibility to work from home. I love using that when the snow gets too bad outside. They offer a 401(k), I believe the matching is 5%, I could be wrong on that number. The maternity and paternity leave is cool. Plus after you have your baby, the fathers are offered the chance to take every Friday off for the next 3 months Tuition Reimbursement is $5,250 a year. You have to stay at the company for 1 year after you use it, or else you have to pay it back. You get $150 yearly towards a gym membership, or towards things like signing up for a marathon. You have to turn in that reimbursement by December. There are 10 holidays and 2 floating holidays. The 10 Holidays are New Year's Day, MLK Day, President's Day, Memorial Day (early office closure the Friday before), Independence Day, Labor Day (early office closure on Friday, Aug 30), Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Day After Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day, The health insurance is crap and kind of expensive. I originally worked for RDA Group and Ipsos bought us, so I am on the grandfathered Blue Care Network plan, and that plan is awesome! Ipsos Detroit does pay on the lower end. Your pay will probably be crap. It is a good position if you are just done with school.
It's average. My spouse has much better benefit, so we use his.
Poor benefits all around. 50 cents to the dollar match up to 5% 401k on a 5-year vesting schedule. standard 3 weeks vacation but no roll over if unused. below average healthcare/dental/
The benefits are standard for the industry they offered health, dental, vision, add, etc. Time off benefits are ok
Strong benefits package because of the number of people working for the company. Insurance was good all around.
Gets you all the minimum qualities you'll need working in the company such as the health benefit, etc.
Health care plan was good. Though, very few additional perks existed.
Benefits package is pretty good. Start with 2 weeks paid vacation, health, dental, vision, 401k matching
Best thing is that vacation/sick time can be used interchangeably
20 days of vacation to start is nice. Insurance coverage is awful. Expect to pay ~3,000 out of pocket in deductibles and co-insurance per year.
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