High deductible health plan but apart from that very good benefits; 401(k) match, flexible work arrangements, extended paternal leave
Lack flexibility in "buying additional days" which would be helpful in periods of personal transition.
Good benefits package, very comprehensive.
The Company offers decent benefits with a long vesting period (1yr 40%, 20% per yr for years 2-4). The 401(k) match is 125% of 6% of contributions (effectively 7.5%) and occasionally gives out stock or additional 401(k) contributions at company discretion. 15 vacation days, 5 personal days, 10 sick days for mid-level staff at onset is average for industry. Holidays are typical (8 or 9). Depending on your department, you may give back a lot of this time for free on nights and weekends (especially at year-end). This was certainly the case in tax and accounting.
Comprehensive benefits, paid paternity leave
Mastercard does not give raises if you are in the middle of your salary range . Find out about this before accepting your job offer. The company only offers high deductible plans now. The rates are not comparable to rates at my spouse's company which is a surprise since Mastercard is such a large global company you;d think they would negotiate better rates for their employees.
401K used to be a %225 match supposedly, now is only %125. Still can't complain
As an intern I could not receive several of the benefits, but full-time employees had several benefits. Employees had the opportunity to work select days from their homes.
reasonable base salary, performance rating influences year-end cash incentive, 401K includes a 125% company match up to 6% of your salary. Long term incentive (stock options) are possible for the highest career levels.
3 weeks vacations from day 1 and 401k they contribute 125% for the first 6%