They have good insurance options and lots of company time off, good vacation packages. They had poor bonus options.
Benefits are above industry average. They are great.
The benefits package is the biggest reason why I've stayed at Pearson for as long as I did! Although the work environment is nice and management have always been great to me, the health/dental benefits, as well as vacation days is top notch.
Great benefits that start on your first day. Major medical, dental and vision, 401k with employer match.
Pros: 401K matching, good health benefits. Cons: limited 401K fund options, maternity leave is two months, so not terrible but it could be better.
Pearson offers a competitive Benefits package and flexible work arrangements. Working from home on Fridays is pretty standard.
Vacations, Start of the third calendar year of employment, 3 weeks vacation, 5 personal days, 1 floating holiday and 5 sick days. vacation grows to 4 weeks after 10 years
health insurance and 401K plan
Really generous health insurance package, though premiums and copays have increased sharply over the years. Short term disability is great and family leave options are comparable to other industries.
Benefits package was great. I would say better than average in the industry
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