Even interns are offered benefits.
Time off is standard (2 weeks for new employees or more so for senior new employees) with escalation over time; 401k match is industry average 5%. There are efforts to improve maternity leave benefits. Flex time exists but I’d hard to use given the kind of work/environment Health benefits in particular are very expensive and prohibitively so for everything but the high-deductible plan. All other benefits are of the rarely-used type.
Ogilvy (WPP) offers some good employee benefits, but the best insurance companies aren't offered and the rates are pretty high for many of the plans. Also, it is quite difficult to enroll in certain plans and benefits.
The best part of the benefits package at Ogilvy is the overall year to year consistency. The worst part of the benefits package when they took away paying for all your health care insurance benefits.
The parental leave policy is progressive.
Great place to work and great benefits, particularly when good benefits are getting harder to come by.
Great maternity/paternity leave for all employees
Keeps getting skimpy, not better. No reason given. But theres vision insurance available. And a few high deductable options for health insurance.
The New York office has a subsidized cafeteria, great health benefits and costs, and a massage therapist, barber, and gym on site.
Gym in the building with fitness classes, full cafeteria/cafe/bar in the building
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.