Pros - Stock options used to be a decent option, but they try to not share complete information and have recently played tactcs with old employess with good stock options becuase of which people lost a lot of money Cons - Very small raise/promotions at Onsite
The variable pay have not been paid out in full for the last 2 years. People with stock options suffer as they buy back stocks at a very low rate.
-No 401K match -Health/Dental insurance -10 total days off (sick days, vacation time, etc.) -No transport subsidy/reimbursements
Mu Sigma paid quite poorly and had a minimal benefits package.
No 401k match, 2 weeks vacation - of which sick days are subtracted, 50% paid health insurance
No 401K matching, the health insurance is expensive and only ten vacation days including the sick days. But it's flexible and you can work from home
Company pays for half of health insurance and there are only two packages to choose from. No matching of any form on 401K. 10 days of PTO per year, no sick days. No other benefits of any form.
Mu Sigma is at best erratic in paying variable pay. It does not pay any variable pay to many employees. I have heard that they pay at an average of 50% of the variable pay.
Benefits are minimal. For freshers no matching 401K. In general the compensation relative to the industry is below average.
Low Package and without any 401K match up ..
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.