Healthy, well-balanced employees are more effective and successful at work. This is why we invest in our people, providing them with comprehensive employee benefits plans along with innovative work/life programs that make a difference.
NTT DATA maintains one of the most comprehensive benefits plans in the IT services industry. These benefits help support the good health and financial security of you and your family.
Health Insurance is offered but with higher deductibles
Benefits are okay, but the overall cost for healthcare is ridiculous. I work in healthcare BPO, so I am aware that costs are skyrocketing, but the company shows no inclination to try to keep costs down or absorb any of the crunch on its (slightly below averaged paid) employees.
High Deductible and high monthly payment $800 Month/$13,200 deductible. No Other benefits. Not time off or sick pay.
The best thing about benefits is PTO.
Company has a pretty good benefits package, not as good as the best organization, however better than others in my experience. There is a 401K with match, a bonus plan for certain positions, with a pretty good time off plan, sick time and at the time I was leaving I believe they were moving to a Paid Time Off plan, which I think is a better option for employees, especially employees who don't get sick or take much sick time. The hours employees work are based on the clients we served.
High deductible plan ($6000 for family), high monthly payment ($800+ for family) and high Out of Pocket ($10,000 family) You'd go broke with NTT's insurance
Health insurance not the very best!
Insurance rates are high. But it's pretty good coverage. PTO and vacation is great from day 1.
Base pay is not that bad. Bonus opportunity for Sr. Leaders are very competitive. Benefits are blah
1 social event one year after we were taken over. Insurance was about $240 per month as a single employee and you had to spent $1400 before you could pay copays. No HR staff on campus and calling in was more of a hassle.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.