Unlimited vacation is a perk that has kept a lot of people at the company. Obviously acceptance of unlimited vacation differs from team to team. That being said, I've seen this policy work in most employees favor. The newly added time off for Maternity leave is a good step in the right direction for Nielsen, along with other parental benefits. I still pay quite a bit out of pocket for health insurance, but I don't honestly believe that is abnormal. 401K match is average and stock purchase plan is not overly enticing. One thing that continues to baffle me is that we are expected to commute to clients offices daily (regardless of distance) without some sort of reimbursement for miles/gas.
Been working here 6 years and get 19 days vacation time. 10 sick days and 6 personal days. Benefits are good as well and 401k. Maternity leave is 5 months for moms and dads are given 3 months of paternity leave.
Average coverage, higher cost, about the same as others
Vacation is typically 2 weeks paid vacation for most employees. All other benefits are very typical for normal corporations in America.
Flexible vacations and work locations
Company has decent and several benefits standards, as health, vision, dental and 401k offered if you wish to
best -401 k match - worst max out vacation time after 10 yrs - health care given with discounts
401K match, medical insurance and unlimited PTO is pretty great. No snacks or holiday party is surprising coming from such a big company.
Expensive health plans and awful prescription coverage. However unlimited vacation is nice, if you can afford to take time off.
no benefits for summer interns
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