- United Kingdom
- Hong Kong
- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does Pactera provide?
Current and former employees report that Pactera provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 31 comments
- Health Insurance(12 comments)
“Nothing to shout about. Coverage is not as much as my last company.”
- Dental Insurance(6 comments)
“I haven't had the chance to specifically look into this yet. There is no dedicated card for this, and I'm not positive which company if it's through, but I don't pay a whole ton for this benefit, and from what I've heard from other coworkers, it's really good.”
- 401K Plan(5 comments)
“it's normal for regular request”
As a contractor, their benefit package is good.
Time off and vacation benefits
Company offered Maternity and Paternity Leave
Annual Party is very interesting. Lots of holidays celebration activities.
I am a contract data analyst with a hourly rate of 67$, no benefits. I was searching on indeed and I realized a lot of full-time job cannot make this number. I have baby plan with my husband for 2024 and I understand my current job has no promotion opportunity and maternity leave. BTW, I am 32. Any suggestions would be great appreciated!😔
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Health insurance, paid time off is good
the benefit only with salary. No signature fee no stock no relocation.
Wrong calculation of number of hours
Pactera for a contracting firm offered a good package compared to other contracting firms - health insurance (from Premera Blue Cross) for the family is subsidized and had no co-payments, coverage started on the 1st of the next month, and continues coverage to the last day of the month one leaves. The 401K plan did not have much of a matching. Also offered at what I though were a reasonable rate where long/short term disability insurance for self and family.
The best thing about the benefits package at Pactera is the health insurance and the paid holidays.
No work-life balance. They expected people to work on weekends and late at night. There were no cohorts and no clear indication of who reports to who.