Four weeks paid vacation along with 2 "personal days" and 5 sick days.
Great benefits. Health, dental, vision, short & longterm disability insurance, 401k, fitness reimbursements. Paid vacation, sick and personal days. Flexible work schedule, fully stocked kitchen.
Four to five weeks vacation is standard. Retirement benefits are limited to 401k plan. Health insurance is expensive and has recently been downgraded.
Worst benefits package ever. It's so pathetic, they have to lie to you about how they will make up for it in pay. You will get locked in forever on your 401k and educational expenses. Incompetent HR starts harassing you if you question how bad the benefits package is, due to their insecurity.
Solid benefits with 401k match and a decent healthcare package.
401k benefits, time off, healthcare just ok- getting worse ever year, dental ok, vision ok, hr department just ok ok
benefits are standard for most banks - health insurance costs were increasing
Best was ability to take time off
There are very strict personal investment policies in place that require pre-approval for all personal stock trades - regardless of business unit, team, role or region! Sites like Compliance Elf exist so that this should not be an issue. It is an investment bank full of employees interested in personal investing, but who are doing so in a crippling fashion. The business can trade freely, and is very successful doing it - but they don't allow their employees to do the same. More concerning may be the fact that you must also get pre-approval for making donations to a political candidate or party, which is ridiculous as all of that information is easily reportable in the United States. I know why they do it, but it is overreaching on a non-issue. Who I vote for is none of their business. Outside of those two instances, all other benefits and perks are good to great.
Standard annual leave. Not great. Pricey health insurance for very limited coverage.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.