As an employee benefits consulting firm, one would expect the entire benefits package to be fantastic (if not because they care about the employees, then because it puts us in a better sales position to say “well, we have XXXXXXX benefit, so we clearly believe in it!”) However, like so many other firms, Mercer (and parent company MMC) froze their defined benefit plan and severely cut the 401(k) a few years ago.
Wide variety of benefits and generous time off.
They were flexible when it came to my schedule
great variety of resources, time off, holidays, insurance (health, life, and more, even pet!), 401k has good options, also get support for exams, professional development, etc
The flexible working arrangements and scaling of PTO is very generous.
plenty of vacation time (although sometimes to busy to use it), 401(k) match could be higher.
401k, vacation policy are decent. Insurance premiums seem high and they have been removing some benefits.
Great 401k match and company contribution.
Benefits are okay about the same as most places not outstanding but decent
Reduced benefits from when I started, but still offer good benefits -- health, life, 401k, 5% discount on purchasing company stock.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.