Great options and good coverage
Company has reduced benefits over the years. 401k is strong.
Benefits are junk. I got a second pay raise when I left. First pay raise was higher income. Second was the improvement in benefits over RELX. They barely offer the minimum for prescription and medical coverage. Prepare to spend thousands out of pocket per year.
Interns don't receive benefits unfortunately and we don't receive paid holidays either.
I enjoyed many top-notch benefits when working for Reed Elsevier. Top health insurance offered, lots of perks, a 401k, generous vacation time and also paid time off.
Where do I start? The benefits are top-notch as are the perks. The health benefits packages are comparable to any other well-established company. Paid time off and sick time is very generous. Also, plenty of holidays and associated festivities during work hours to enjoy.
401K Match. Decent medical and dental benefits. 10 sick days and up to 4 weeks vacation depending on service time.
benefits actually are pretty good. suppose that comes with a corporation of this size. 401k match is reasonable and healthcare costs are comparatively reasonable.
Best: The 401K match, paid time off, charitable match, volunteer time off. Worst: Cost of health insurance.
Retirement contribution matching, good investment options available.
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