At Kearney, we are committed to being a “Best Place to Work.” We offer a comprehensive
total rewards program that helps our employees stay healthy, feel secure, and have
access to professional development opportunities. We strive to provide an open,
collaborative, and engaging environment where we invest in our employees and
recognize exceptional performance. All full-time employees who work over 30 hours a
week are eligible for the following benefits and professional development opportunities.
Additionally, an employee’s family members—such as a spouse, domestic partner (must
meet specific criteria), and dependent children (up to age 26)—are eligible for medical,
dental, and vision coverage.
Kearney provides great benefits to its employees and visits the benefits each year based on employees comments and/or recommendations.
The health insurance is very expensive, the fitness benefit includes lots of great options, the certifications benefits are also great
The health insurance is VERY expensive. I had to opt to use my husbands because we couldn't afford to use Kearney's. 401k match. 10 days vacation plus holidays. Overtime pay.
Their extensive benefits package makes it easy for employees to pursue advanced training and rewards employees for advancing professionally. Kearney works hard to retain its talented and dedicated employees. They know it takes more than a competitive salary to fulfill employees’ needs, which is why they proudly offer all employees a “total rewards plan” of financial, physical, educational, and motivational benefits.
Average benefits for the marketplace
Benefits are great No con yet
only 1 passively managed index fund at a .35 expense ratio. Don't love that.
There is an annual casino night and they give away a trip to Atlantic City in a private jet.
Kearney does offer full benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K); however, health and dental benefits are ALWAYS changing making it hard to keep your doctor. Bonuses are substandard unless you are being promoted.
Best is the 401k match.
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