Neustar provides a variety of health, welfare and retirement benefits to all eligible employees.
Neustar benefits are excellent to have for any employee, so far it is best in northern virginia
Best 401K match and Employee Stock Purchase Plan
Compensation was very good. Benefits excellent. Promotions from within, very common. Remote working is common and acceptable.
Best part about the benefit package was the 401(k) matching as well as the transportation reimbursement for public transit. Worst part about the so called benefits was the lack of trust to work from home.
Great overall benefits - like paternity leave
Used to have great benefits, but not anymore. Example - 401k match at the end of the year, capped vacation rollover
While Neustar technically has a work from remote/home option, managers are able to apply it at their discretion. This sometimes led to unfair practices like letting one person work from remote full-time while others were deemed unworthy without any clear reasoning.
Benefits are (still) great. Every year they squeeze us for a little more in premiums as insurance prices increase, but they shoulder most of the increase. They keep fiddling with the fitness / health incentive, phasing it out in 2020. Mixed feelings there - it was easy to jump through the hoops, but also a bit of a hassle.
Medical benefits are not 100% covered by employer
They had a comprehensive health care plan that included many things that other employers did not. Relatively low monthly fees and co-pays. The Sterling office has a cafeteria that offers great food at subsidized prices for employees. Also a gym in the building for a low fee. the HR group took benefits very seriously and always wanted to make sure the company was offering what would make employees happy.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.