Propel Marketing Benefits
- All Employees
- Full Time
Which benefits does Propel Marketing provide?
Current and former employees report that Propel Marketing provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- 401K Plan(6 comments)
“it's a very meager match.”
- Health Insurance(4 comments)
“expensive plan with high deductible. ”
The Vision benefit is great
They only offer 6 paid holidays as they follow a print media holiday schedule. Standard 2 weeks vacation. Expensive health benefits and tiny 401K match. They don't respect or value employees here and the benefits reflect that.
No Veterans Day off. No Columbus Day off. No Presidents' Day off. Vacation package weak with only 2 weeks off untill you have been w company for 5 years. 401k match is minuscule.
401(k) is a good plan
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Do you think agencies will eventually require employees to come back into the office full time? Now that I’ve experienced the benefits of WFH, I can’t imagine commuting 5 days a week, paying for a dog walker, waking up earlier, buying lunches again, having to get ready every morning, etc. I do miss some aspects of the office, so ideally would do a couple days in and the rest WFH but worried I’ll eventually be forced to go back full time. Any thoughts/predictions?
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With regards to benefits, the 401k match is only 1.5% which is very, very low.
Covered all the bases from retirement to vision. Vacation was weak out of the gate.
WAY too expensive and limited benefits. They are the only company I have ever worked for that requires you to work the day after Thanksgiving! Get with the 21st century!!!
The benefits package isn't very good. The 401k plan is abysmal with an absurd vesting policy and meager match ( < 1%). Holidays are at a bare minimum - most are not given, for examples, President's Day, MLK Day, Good Friday, Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, and the day after Thanksgiving. Two week vacation is standard yet difficult to take at the same time or during busy holiday periods, along with 5 days PTO and 5 sick days. Health insurance provider is decent. Very little to no investment in continuing education and training across the company. There's bonus pay but sum is usually small corresponding to equally small paychecks and company has historically been very stingy to payout despite good individual performance. There's a small gym downstairs with a few machines and a lackluster cafeteria on the first floor as well. Parking is free and abundant. There's a shuttle to and from North Quincy train station, with the station being within easy walking distance. Office is conveniently located. There's an Activities Committee that throws events and outings frequently wholly subsidized by Propel.