Current and former employees report that Pearson provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“Full private health insurance provided”
“It’s an average plan. Could be better and could be worse. ”
“You build time off right away and get more the next year. There isn't a 2 or 5 year wait like other companies.”
This company is by far the most generous with their Maternity leave. I gave birth in January and got 6 weeks of short term disability, then after that was completed I got 16 weeks of Maternity leave. I went back to work at the beginning of July! My baby was 5 months going on 6. They also have a lot of employee appreciation. Free food, gift cards, and verbal recognition.
WORST: - Weird 401K match at 100% of the first 5% and then 50% up to 10% or something strange like that. - Base salary can be considered low in comparison to other Edtech companies in the current market. BEST: - PTO given in different buckets and are all given to you at the beginning of the year: vacation (60 hours), employee/paid holidays (approx. 13 days), personal days (40 hours) - Sick time is accrued throughout the year - Multiple options for Medical, Dental, and Vision providers - Standard EAP benefits - Learning opportunities through company subscriptions The company does need to do a better job of communicating benefits during the onboarding process. A lot of the benefits I had to figure out on my own through poking around on the intranet.
Great maternity leave and in general a generous number of holiday recognitions and PTO.
-PTO is generous. You receive all of it at the beginning of the year and it resets annually, which in my opinion encourages you to take the time off and not hoard it. -401k match is great and there is an ESPP. -They will match up to $1000 in your HSA. -Amazing tuition reimbursement that will pay the max of $5,250 a year -From what I've seen it's mostly remote work now unless your position needs to be in office
Great benefits package and vacation days are generous.
Pearson has a generous benefits package. They provide lots of PTO, medical, dental, and 401K
Insurance is decent. Same as all the other corporate companies I’ve worked for. Time off is the best benefit as it is very much seen as deserved should be taken.
Comprehensive benefits and excellent PTO. Great 401k match. Fully remote and supportive of flexible work schedules.
Good health benefits, including health and dental
Accessing the library and all the book of the company was the best benefit