Rapp provides benefit that covers most employees' need
Benefit was overall okay. nothing special at that time.
Great health/vision/dental and 401k matching.
health insurance, time off, disability insurance
Good PTO, breakfast (coffee, tea, choice of cereals) and weekly drinks are good. The rest is quire standard for the industry.
Good health benefits - a few options to choose from. Free breakfast. Good PTO (aligned to Omnicom policy) Occasional WFH well accepted
Lots of programs, not particularly generous and some takes time/tenure to come into place.
The benefits package is just a step above standard. They start the package prior to 3 months employment - which is nice.
Days off were good, everyone comes to work after 9am
Healthcare benefits are somewhat expensive but at least subsidized. Good number of vacation/flex days/holidays. Local office offers healthy food options throughout the day, open bar (beer and wine) and fit bit when you become and employee. Supports and pays for external training. Used to have great wellness challenges, internal speaking training and other small perks but focus on growth has deprioritized them - bring them back! RAPP needs to consider equity options to be competitive in this market.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.