We offer one of the most comprehensive benefits package available. Our Global Employee Stock Ownership Plan (GESOP) is a plan you won’t find at other firms, and our matched 401K plan comes with immediate vesting. Robust insurance plans, flexible work arrangements, and generous paid time off lets employees relax and focus on life’s priorities.
Current and former employees report that North Highland provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“They match once a year in March, so if you are not employed during that time you miss out. They did not pay in 2020 citing Covid even though firm made record profit.”
“You pay high premium for just the insurance on top of the high deductible in plan. ”
“Time Off is joke. They have got Flexible Time off , so they don't have to pay you for all the unused PTO. Any time off count against your utilization ”
North Highland has great flexible PTO, which came in handy when dealing with long hauler COVID symptoms. They also provide you with ample opportunities to further your education and strengthen your skill set.
Unlimited PTO just means they dont have to pay you out if you leave for unused time, and no protected time outside your utilization. Forget time off during a project - you won't hit utilization and you won't get a bonus
Best part is paternity and maternity leave. Worst is flexible time off, means you cannot take vacation and you are not paid of unused vacation. If you take vacation it is counted towards your utilization. Performance bonus is joke as its not based on performance but who leadership likes. There is no KPI used for performance bonus. 401k match is hit of miss, they did not pay 401k last year due to Covid. They do once a year match in March so if you are not employed during that time you miss out on any match. No cell phone, gym membership benefit.
Package for FTE includes Flexible Time Off (FTO), some 401K match, and bonus (dependent on level and performance). The medical is okay, but then again, it's like that at most places. I am happy with the benefits.
HDHP. Expensive plan. Very little employer contribution.
NH offers a well-rounded benefits package. They have all of the things you'd expect these days, probably more, but they tend to be middle of the road. Nothing outstanding.
Decent benefits package including health (medical / dental), paid time off among other things.
Best: employee owned | Worst: underpaid and company only subsidizes half of your healthcare benefits
Package was on par on medical and dental
Excellent benefits package, which includes generous PTO, continuous learning and development opportunities (company paid), tuition reimbursement and more!