The benefits package adds a good 10,000+ to your salary. It'd pretty competitive.
Great 401(k) plan match; strong health benefit package and flexible benefits for parking and commuting
The best thing in the health insurance. Its dirt cheap and/or free if your under a certain pay grade. Its flexible, intuitive and they also provide other benefits for health and wellness.
Great building and location. Change doesn't happen.
Pew offers amazing benefits, especially compared to its peers in the nonprofit sector. Comprehensive health insurance, four weeks of vacation plus sick leave, and an extremely generous 401k matching plan. For people who are driven to improve the world -- like many employees at Pew -- one of the best benefits is a charitable contribution match of 2:1.
Health insurance, pension scheme, but no bonuses.
Pew offers three weeks of vacation for Senior Associates and above, three personal days, and two weeks of sick time. The retirement benefits include up to 6% 401K match plus 6% automatic contribution and they match charitable giving two-to-one.
Worst thing: Was really great and is now on the decline.
The 401k match. Dollar for dollar up to 6% plus an additional 6% on top. If you contribute 12%, you're getting a 100% return on investment before it even hits the market. That's an easy way to prepare for retirement.
Covers medical and dental if under a certain salary. Matches 401K and invested after 1 year.