Current and former employees report that Mu Sigma provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Not much covered in benefits”
“good offers like other companies”
“just like other companies do”
Offers health and dental and maternity leave with regular pay after a year of working
401 K and few basic benefit
good experience for any fresher
healthcare provided, no 401K match or HOA
Data & Analytics Consultants
I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on data science consulting firms. I'm trying to understand the types of projects and skills set gained while working on those teams. Some firms that I have come across are: Mckinsey Advanced Analytics, Quantum Black, BCG Gamma, Bain Advanced Analytics, PWC Analytics, EY Economic and Modeling, KPMG Analytics, Fractal Analytics, Deloitte Analytics, Mu Sigma, and Accenture
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No 401K matching, no resources provided for employees to learn, you pay half of your health insurance (I was paying $196 per month). If you're at client site they'll try not to pay for parking (they told me to carpool with coworkers).
The health insurance, 401K, and paid time off at Mu Sigma were spectacular. The package covered medical, dental, and vision.
No 401K offered by the company
They offer the legal minimum for salaried employees, and have no leeway. The only good thing is that their HR department is so small that they cannot enforce basic things like reporting your vacation days or sick days. I took a lot of 3 day weekends haha
401K is not matched Insurance is okay Sick leave doesnt exist You’re supposed to use your personal phone for work
Minimum benefits to stay compliant with state or federal law