The health insurance and time off are nice and get better the longer you've been there. It helps if you have a flexible manager though. But when it comes to disability and family leave, etc, HR and the paperwork can be a nightmare.
top notch health and retirement packages. maternity leave for US-based employees poor.
Benefits are great. All the usual perks.
Good overall benefits. 401(k) matching 100% on the first 3% of salary and 50% on the next 6% of salary. Tuition reimbursement. Good healthcare packages.
Good healthcare and dental coverage at reasonable rates. Competitive annual vacation and volunteering leave.
health insurance, 401K match, employee stock purchase plan, company car for sales team, office equipment
Pearson offered great benefits when I was there.
The best Thing about the benefits package is that you get 5 sick days a year, 2 weeks vacation when you first start. Medical and dental benefits are effective right away. In addition, you have 401K options, stock options, and employee discounts on retail and a variety of services.
401k Healthcare options / paid leave/ full benefits
Great compensation for 401k with matching a large portion of your contributions. Health benefits were always great from the beginning and still very strong in the end.
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