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.
The positive things for working for IPSOS is the option to work from home. The wages are stagnate though some employees in one part of the country, or Canada, make $2, or more, more than we state employees. They don't offer personal time off like the Fresno office did. It's a corporation...profit over people. What more can I say?
My favorite benefit of Ipsos: I love the vacation days! 3 weeks (15 days) vacation days, 6 sick days. After 5 years (or supervisor level or above) the vacation days is 4 weeks (20 days). You also have paid holidays as well. Such as MLK Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, At the moment you have the option of buying additional vacation days (up to 2 weeks, I believe). Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you have Ipsos "Summer Hours." Which means if you work extra hours within the week, you can leave early on Friday. You also have the WOWPOINTS employee discounts. The health insurance package is alright (could be better). The 401(k) matching is alright as well.
Solid medical, dental and vision plans available to employees with the company funding part of the annual deductible.
Aetna health insurance, great amount of PTO and holidays
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.