Good medical coverage and vacation benefits.
Ipsos' 401K contribution is up to half of 5% (of which you must contribute); 2.5% max of annual salary
Health, dental, and vision insurance are great. There is 401k match. You start with 15 days paid vacation and 2 personal days, which is pretty great. However, salary is very low and there is no raise until one gets a promotion. Bonuses are almost non-existent for junior employees.
It's fine. Neither good nor bad. You get a $200 fitness credit which is nice, but other than that - nothing stands out as stellar in comparison to any other company. Deductibles are on the high side, but coverage is okay. Average time off, but good luck finding any time to take it..
Benefits include perks at work (i.e. movie ticket and hotel discounts), health, dental, and vision insurance, fitness reimbursement, good vacation and personal days (can rollover a limited amount to next year)
Vacation policy is very good ... starts at 4 weeks plus 2 personal days, 3 summer days, 10 sick days. Worst thing is compensation increases ... raises very skimpy (usually don't even hit COLA) and bonuses all or nothing; so strictly tied to yes/no bonus based on hitting financial goals as a division that if have profitable year but fall short of objectives by even 1% you get nothing. Sliding scale bonusing would be much more fair.
It is marginally competitive. Dental is pretty good though.
Great health benefits and 401k match
Employee benefits are great compared to other companies. Health insurance plan is well crafted and has high coverage.
Comprehensive, reliable, affordable, comparable, good
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