Miami Herald Benefits
- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does Miami Herald provide?
Current and former employees report that Miami Herald provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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3 weeks of vacation for new employees. Those that have been there longer have a maximum of 5 weeks of vacation. No complaints on the health insurance. O
As a freelance writer, you get paid per article, but the pay rate was $55 to 65 per article and there are no benefits such as dental since you're a freelance writer.
Great benefits, we even have dog insurance coverage.
Excellent benefits and fun working environment.
The issuance is excellent. The corporate negotiate a good deal
The benefits are not good & there is no 401K employee match.
They do provide Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life insurance, and paid vacation. The medical insurance options were better a few years ago, now the options are limited and expensive. There is also no 401k employee match.
Health benefits and vacation packages are excellent.
Worst thing is having to account for all your mileage to visit potential clients and only getting pennies for gasoline.
The benefits are not very good. Every year the company has a company called Budco do an assessment on anyone that is passing benefits to a spouse or children. Each employee is then requires to submit information to Budco to prove that you are married to the person and that the children are in fact yours. This must be done yearly. Budco has denied my family when they previously accepted them and my spouse and children were without healthcare for a year because of them. Needless to say I was pretty pissed off. Pension plan was stopped back in 2009, so no chance at that any more.