Excellent benefits package, which includes generous PTO, continuous learning and development opportunities (company paid), tuition reimbursement and more!
price - worst, best - the fact that it's available
Very fair and comprehensive benefits
Best - life insurance included and health advocate. Worst - company are self insured with high deductible plan
Flex PTO was great for Global Services employees, not as great for consultants. Healthcare plan was expensive and the deductible was high. I didn't realize how much wasn't getting covered on my plan until I got a new job and went to the doctor on the new job's plan. Deductible was very high. Paternity leave policy was solid. 401k plan was odd. The match was payed out in one lump sum once a year but never at the same time and never guaranteed on if they would. Match is advertised as "6%" but is truly $0.50 on the dollar, so honestly only a 3% dollar-for-dollar match.
The deductible is so high it is almost impossible to meet. You may as well not have coverage.
401k is not matched in your paycheck. It’s an annual match that happens in April (sometimes May). The year AFTER, so 2018 contributions are matched in 2019. ESOP share price declined 33% this year. And shares only fully vest after 6 years with the firm. Only one Healthcare plan available - which is a High Deductible HSA, which costs over $5,500 a year for employee + family, just for the privilege. Also unlimited PTO means you can’t rollover, and take it at your own risk because it will impact your utilization and bonus.
The high deductible insurance plan was so expensive annually that it is like not having coverage if you are relatively healthy. Only a few stay around long enough to vest, so some of the "benefits" aren't really.
Needs to be more market competitive
Standard benefit offering. Unlimited PTO is great. 401k match not as competitive.
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