We are a global company but I will confine my comments to the U.S. Oliver Wyman has a full range of benefits: health insurance--several plans from which to choose depending on your personal circumstances, Vision & Dental insurance, Life, Disability, Accident Insurance. 401k with company match. Even Pet Insurance! There are also several programs and resources for mental & physical health under the banner of "Healthy Me" & "Well Being at Work" or the Employee Assistance Programs. Further, there are great financial advisory services to help us plan our Financial Health (Financial Engines, Ayco Advisory Services). It's a key goal of the company to ensure we have the tools for financial success in both the short & long term. Parental leave is quite good (even for adoptive parents). Vacation is competitive and Flexible working arrangements abound. The parent company, MMC, is also part of a network for discounts on arts, museums, travel, phones, computers--very handy.
-Great base salary compensation -Very good healthcare package
Subpar medical with huge deductilbes that increase significantly every year, weak 401K matching
Lack some perks that other similar companies have (e.g., flexible coverage of fitness expenses) You don't actually have time to take the vacation they give you because it's very hard to plan ahead and teams are known to ask you to cancel vacations
OW offers flexible work schedules and a pension program.
Company match on 401k, a discounted stock purchase plan, a company funded pension, and generous health care benefits
The benefits are excellent. Paid paternity leave
Allows employees to pick and choose from fairly large range of potential options for benefits such as health insurance, vision, dental, etc
Work from home twice per month and once a week during the summer. Decent parental leave policy. Good vacation and paid time off.
* Paid paternity leave is industry leading (~6 weeks) * Stock purchase plan (MMC is parent company) is a good value * Vacation is decent (15 days initially, 20 days after 5 years)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.