Navigant’s benefits program is focused on our employees’ total health and wellbeing. We strive to ensure our benefits are competitive, delivering real value to employees and their family. See highlights at: http://www.navigant.com/careers/benefits/
None that I can think of.
Health insurance is pricey for such a large company, but they do have the option of a high deductible plan. Lots of vacation and sick time!
The health insurance is expensive without offering raises to balance costs.
I was a contract worker with no benefits
Overall Navigant had a nice benefits package for their employees, in particular they offered a benefits package I was always happy with at the Director level. However, during my tenure Navigant did not reimburse for cell phone bills for traveling consultants. They had a policy of passing through up to $75 p/month to their clients as reimbursable expenses. Cell phones are a necessary part of the consultant job and $75 is not enough to cover the full cost, nevertheless that it's a pass-through expense for Navigant.
3% 401k match, immediately 100% vested
Health insurance was crazy expensive! It was $200 a month for just me. My deductible was $6,300.. there was no way I was going to reach that. Plus my copay for ER was $275
Maternity leave policy is very poor.
No perks or comparable office events compared to otger consulting firms
The company had good benefits overall. As a remote worker, there were some benefits that could not be used, such as commuter benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.