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/
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.
401k is good, healthcare is decent, lots of perks like company events.
Very generous. Four weeks off to start.
The company has a three percent 401k match which is slightly lower than other consulting companies but still better than no match.
Benefits are about normal for consulting firms, with a 401k match on the lower end of normal
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.