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“Employer match offered if you contribute a small percentage (5% I think).”
“Average vacation package offered for full-time professional work. Minimum of 2 weeks vacation, the week from Christmas - New Years, 10 days off per year for holidays, 2 personal days, 4 Summer Fridays, sick days.”
“Standard health insurance--not great, not poor.”
Ogilvy has a really flexible benefits package. Yes, there is co-pay but overall especially when you have a family the coverage is solid. Cons: there are so many options you’ll need a time code for figuring out benefits...
Best: Summer Fridays ( employees can take off 4 Fridays between Memorial and Labor Day). Worst: maternity/paternity leave policy.
The maternity leave could be better.
Standard benefits. Office closure between Christmas and New Year's offers good added PTO
Standard 5% 401k match with vesting schedule, good PTO policies, relatively expensive cross-WPP health insurance plans (good plans but expensive, though tied to salary so equitable)
Pretty standard benefits package. On-site healthcare provider was a nice perk, but I received a letter saying they are getting rid of that service.
Vacation is ok, health insurance is weak.
It was all good compared to all agencies
The overall package is on-par with most companies but the healthcare options have been slowly and steadily increasing over the years. There are also not as many perks as there used to be. Vacation and time off are pretty standard but managers oftentimes supply comp time to accommodate for the workloads.
Good benefits - choice between two health care providers. 401k match is average to better than normal. Vacation time made better by the office being closed between Christmas and New Year's
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