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“good healthcare options at Ketchum”
“With so many women work in this industry, they have to take care of their mammas!”
“Company matches 401k contributions (capped)”
Benefits are competitive with other global agencies.
401K, Flexible work schedule, remote work options, good healthcare benefits
Full benefits package. Medical costs continue to rise.
Best - flexibility to wfh for doctors appts, sick days, whatever it may be Worst- very limited vacation and maternity leave
Benefits are great. Could use a few more PTO days.
H&W Benefits expensive with high deductibles. Vacation for new employees is only 10 days per year - maximum vacation for long-term employees is 20 days per year. 401(k) match made annually - usually in late August of the following year. Although the company claims to be flexible, it's basically a sweat shop.
pretty average benefits package avaliable
good healthcare. long vesting period for 401K. flexible workplace/WFH program
Three week vacation package was about as good as it got benefits-wise. Nothing really stood out as exceptional or beyond the very ordinary and bare minimum.
Ketchum offers a very competitive benefits package.
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