At Kimley-Horn, it is one of our priorities to offer benefits that reflect our core values. Through our environment of high expectations, we are able to achieve sustained profitability, which allows us to provide sharing and caring through our generous benefits. We design our benefits plan with these goals in mind:
401k and profit sharing and health benefits. The paternity leave is not good, but maternity is ok. The HSA match is great.
Benefits are good, but they don't start until you have been employed for one month.
The best part of the benefits package is a tie between the low monthly cost for insurance, and the awesome 401k. My medical insurance is free! I get 200% match and profit share, so 18%!
Very great family health insurance and 401k. Good vacation time although hard to balance against Utilization goals that are cray high
The benefits package has everything you want. Great healthcare coverage, 2-3 weeks paid vacation, 401K, etc. Vacation time/personal leave is accrued throughout the year, and sick leave and paid vacation is all the same thing. The really great part is that they match your 401K contributions 200% up to 4%. So you put in 4%, they put in 8%. They also participate in profit sharing after one year of employment.
Best - Great benefits - free HSA money depending on the plan you choose! Worst - paid time off isn't the same for everyone for same tenure.
profit sharing. 6 years to be vested. bonuses. over worked. lay offs. unappreciated. fake. industry has a mind set of "that's the way it's always been done"
Health insurance was the best because they contributed to an HSA account, so if there was a co-pay the HSA would take care of it. The worst was PTO, not because the company did not offer it, but because if you take it, it counts against your standards/stats. It really depends on your PM and seniority at the company.
Great benefits here, but expect to work a lot of hours.
Beyond the basics, 2-to-1 401k match, up to 8% for your 4%, occasional sponsored lunch meetings from outside vendor companies, young professional meetings and organized outings for happy hour/bowling/etc. All paid time off is lumped together (sick leave/ vacation/ bereavement/ volunteer time/ family medical leave/ etc).
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.