All employees are eligible for Perficient’s Health, Dental, Vision, and HSA/FSA plans as well as Basic Group Life, AD&D, Voluntary Group Life, Short-Term, and Long-Term Disability.
Best - 15 days vacation after two years, ability to work remote, 401K option Worst - health benefits are just okay
Full offering of benefits that are par with the industry. The only downside is the 401K match does not vest until 3 years with the company.
Benefits are competitive for a consulting firm.
Good benefits. Company stock outweighs the 401k. Work/Life balance is great. Pay is great
quarterly floating holiday, ability to work from home, medical bnefits are decent - hard to take any PTO due to ridiculous process to even request PTO, not even sure if bonus exists though I was told it did when I was hired, expect to pay out if pocket for a lot of things if you want to work here - parking, travel, software, 401k is not great but passable, zero work life balance and it's not valued
The flexibility is great! The 401k is pretty good for St. Louis and I genuinely like everyone I work with.
Decent 401K matching plan. You get total of 15 days per year for vacation/sick and 4 float holidays.
Short term disability is 60% of pay. The health insurance is anthem and the premiums are pretty expensive. Married couples have to meet the family deductible. Pays 80% after you meet your deductible.
Capped vacation accrual at 80 hours although total PTO is fair. Bonus solely based upon utilization rate. Individual performance is secondary with regards to bonuses. That said, delivery quality remains high due to the quality of the consultants.
Flexibility and remote environment are the best benefits. The people are also great. Health insurance is expensive, maternity leave is terrible.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.