Medical coverage is paid for employees.
Company doesn't have many extra perks and the benefits package is lackluster.
Pros: good pay - exactly what I asked for. Employee health benefits are free. Very lean environment which frees up money for things like morale events. Cons: Everyone starts at 3 weeks PTO, which is relatively low for those with very senior career experience.
The whole package is extremely competitive for a consulting firm. Great health insurance which is fully covered for the employee, three weeks fully paid vacation plus eight paid holidays. Only downside is no 401k match, though they have a profit share contribution to 401k at the end of each year dependent on PNL.
No sick time, two weeks vacation, 8 paid holidays
It's a small company so benefits aren't over the top but there are a couple cool things. Pros - Insurance is 100% paid for the employee (though adding family members is quite expensive) - You can stay at the CEO's cabin in Mt. Baker for free (VERY cool!) - You have unlimited unpaid time-off (might not be a benefit to all people but I loved it) Cons -No paid maternity/paternity -Only 2 weeks accrued PTO
Medical/dental benefits are very sparse.
Mitarbeiter-Handbuch Bench · There may be periods of time in which a consultant has rolled off of one client project and is not yet working on another. During this time, the consultant is considered to be on the Bench. · While on the Bench, consultants may remain on payroll if they are in the main office working at least 8 hours a day on an internal Matisia project as approved by their Region Managing Director. · If the consultant decides not to work on an internal Matisia project, they will be removed from payroll and will be on unpaid status until they begin work on their next client project. · At times, there will not be internal projects available and sales/recruiting activities may not be in the consultant’s skill set. There may also be periods where multiple consultants hit the bench at once. In these cases, the consultant will be pushed to the top of the Bench where our sales and account management teams will be getting the consultant in front of clients to get them back billing ASAP as they will be on unpaid status. · Prior to rolling off of a client project, the consultant must decide if they would prefer to be on unpaid status while on the Bench or must contact their Region Managing Director for approved internal projects if they wish to remain on paid status.
Best benefit is the pay. They pay more, but offer less benefits. I'm ok with this model, because it gives me more options.
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