pretty average benefits package avaliable
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.
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.
Vacation / time off policy is OK (could be better), 401k match is pretty standard. Healthcare is OK too but used to be better.
Health, Dental, Vision are standard as well as their PTO but I do appreciate being able to take a sick day if my children aren't feeling well. They have a flexible workplace policy which basically states that you're treated like an adult, get your work done, come in when you need to and leave when you need to.
Vacation and general employee perks is seriously lacking at Ketchum compared to other agencies. Compared to other agencies, there is less days (no summer fridays for example), no health and wellness benefits or no money incentives for new business/client successes.
Great options especially the stock option plan
Health insurance was nice. If I was there longer I could've gotten more use out of it, but oh well.
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