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FTO is great but you will be punished if it's not APPROVED and the clowns in intraday (scheduling) never approve anything the way you ask for it. You may ask to leave an hour early and find they've approved instead for you to come in an hour later and leave the at your same scheduled time. After they make the switch they don't tell you, you have to be at work to check it. Really frustrating !!!!! Deal breaker will be when the drop their PPO health plan for a cruddy HMO this year. Absolute garbage health benefits
Generous vacation and severance policy. Felt somewhat guilty taking full vacation time allowed, never did any of the years employed.
Paid for miles, paid for training and licenses, paid for all parts of year end forum in Boston. No other health or anything for interns
FTO and 401k match are generous along with consumer product and personal insurance employee discounts. Only issue is that the only health insurance product being offered to employees for 2018 is an HSA/high deductible plan which doesn't meet the needs of all employees.
Pay is good, but the healthcare plan is laughable for a Fortune 100 company. Almost all Liberty's benefits are terribly managed--you'll spend a lot of time being your own benefits specialist/HR person.
Liberty Mutual offers very competitive paid time off.
The number of flex time off that you get is great! The company is pretty good at having gatherings for the employees. And the bonus is a nice perk! I don't like the force to the HSA. It is a PPO set up currently but in 2018 everyone will have a HSA plan instead.
FTO is the best benefit at LM. The worst parts of the benefit package is the high deductible health care plan as the sole offering and the dwindling 401k match and dwindling pension.
Salary is generous, but healthcare coverage, parental leave, etc., are terrible considering Liberty is a Fortune 100 company. In 2018, Liberty will offer a single option for healthcare coverage, and it's a high-deductible plan. Benefits support is poor across the board. If you encounter a problem, good luck.
Best: You get 3 personal days at the beginning of the year and you can roll over up to 20 days. So on Jan 1st it is possible to 23 days of paid time off available to you. Worst: Working at Liberty Mutual is awful.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.