Navigant’s benefits program is focused on our employees’ total health and wellbeing. We strive to ensure our benefits are innovative and competitive, delivering real value to employees and their family. See highlights at: http://www.navigant.com/careers/benefits/
Good vacation, sick time, disability benefits, 401K matching Medical/Dental benefits are solid, but pricy
They appear to want to get by with offering the bare minimum offering of coverage only. Each year appears to be worse.
Vacation and Sick time is competitive. Health insurance is competitive. 401K is a 3% match where 6% is now the competitive standard. One has to use vacation time for maternity leave and then is encouraged to go on short-term disability once vacation time is used up. I think the lack of specific maternity/paternity leave time is embarrassing.
Compensation varies depending on which practice you are in. At the end of the day, Navigant is a public company and at the end of the day, the practices with the higher results (i.e., bottom line) will get compensated better.
Allows unpaid leave for certain amount of months.
You get 2 flex personal days of your choice in addition to 10 days vacation and 10 days sick leave
Solid benefits package, including stock purchase program, good year-end bonuses, flexible work environment, moving away from road warrior mentality
Good balance between work and life
Benefits are ok. No major gaps, but nothing stands out compared to competition. Healthcare coverage is somewhat expensive for the benefits received
Navigant provided discounted stock options.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.