Part of IPG family so decent benefits.
I did not have a benefits package, since I was only an intern.
Extremely comprehensive benefits including the usual, healthcare and 401k. Other include company match, very generous PTO which increases every 5 years of service, reimbursement for continuing education, generous maternity/ paternity leave, short and long term disability, a partners program giving discounts for things like hotels, appliances, car and home insurance, new cars and many others from national retailers, FSA for healthcare, childcare and transit, options to buy low cost life insurance, eye care, dental care, legal services, identity protection pre-tax and more.
Minimal options for health insurance (they removed BCBS a few years ago because it got too expensive for them). I think it's just down to United Healthcare now. Ended up in the ER with this plan, $250 copay (ok) and then received a separate bill from the ER physician as well because UHC didn't pay for that.. Not sure that's ever happened before! Overall cost of the plan is affordable, just wish there were some better options
The company provides an excellent benefits package across the board... including a competitive health insurance program, 401(k), vacation time and PTO.
Being part of IPG means the benefits ROCK. There is a lot of attention paid to internal development (though they have a hard time helping people find time for training). I personally have benefited from their family medical leave insurance and am very grateful for it.
Contract employees not given much in the way of benefits . . . What they did give us was very generous (per diems were great!).
They had it all, a very well rounded package.
Great health insurance, benefits and time off policy. I worked many holidays and weekends- not a traditional 9-5 but my supervisors were great and very accommodating to make sure I had good work/life balance.
Benefits at Jack are the standard -- they hit all the expected and necessary items, and have a few hidden gems here and there. Salaries are generally on the low end, but they can be competitive when pushed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.