At Liberty Mutual, we value your hard work, unwavering integrity and commitment to positive change. In return for your service, we offer a total rewards package to support your life and well-being. Here's an overview of what you'll find at Liberty Mutual.
Great benefits except for health insurance offerings.
Generous time off, 401k match and perks like health incentives where you get cash for participating in different health tasks. Insurance plans are satisfactory but have dropped in quality and cost over the past few years.
They offered competitive benefits to other insurance carriers. There are some changes coming in 2018 that were communicated in 2017. Performance based incentives, rewards for excellence. Overall a good company with great benefits.
Great Benefits Package, easy to manage employee portal to manage your retirement benefits.
More than 4 weeks of paid vacation. They focus on work-life balance for employees, goof 401-K match contribution. I wish that they can provide an option to work from home instead of limiting this to the employees to just one or two days a week.
Their healthcare plan has some of the lowest premiums and highest levels of coverage for entry level employees that I and other long established career professionals have ever seen.
Very nice vacation time, yearly bonus payments based on companies performance, and is determined based on your own status and performance.
Complete package, but with average benefits.
401k is good with up to 6% company match. Medical insurance isn't very good. Attempting to push employees into using HSA. Plenty of time off if it's booked WAY in advance. If it is within a couple of weeks, good luck getting someone to trade. Very few schedules offer weekends off, and most people work at least 3 Saturdays or Sundays per month.
The company has been progressively taking steps to stay current with trends offering flexible work arrangements, business casual dress code, supporting diversity programs which is awesome! Pension plan is being gradually scaled down, directing funds to expanding 401K contribution.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.