Recognizing hard work and dedication with benefits that address individual needs, we offer a comprehensive package of benefits for eligible corporate employees and staffing professionals.
Vacation is 3 weeks, 401k match, discount programs with various companies and retailers, health insurance is decent and other various benefits are available (i.e home auto insurance)
They work with you to ensure you are comfortable with the company you are assigned to. At times, they can provide you with a change of assignment quickly, but that depends on the client and your credentials.
The benefits package is no different then any other corporate company. Robert Half does have a lot of relationships which lead to discounts.
Great explanation of benefits
Not that great for the hard work and fast pace of the positions there.
Benefits are minimal, after 1 year you will get paid holidays
There was not a catastrophic insurance plan for contracted workers in the first year.
Literally no benefits. 52 weeks x 40 hours per week is 2080 hours. In order to qualify for a lump-sum of 40 hours PTO, you must work 2100 hours in 52 weeks. Many assignments treat over time as "voluntary" or "unnaproved," meaning, that its mathematically impossible to reach the necessary threshold. Recruiters seem unaware of this fact, and will tell recruits anything to sign a contract. While I am happy with my assignment, my team, and even my pay, the benefits package at Robert Half leaves much to be desired. The insurance is minimal, and there's no 401k matching. Dealing with the company that manages their 401k program is a headache, because their call center has poor training. Robert half's benefits and payroll line is frusterating, because the agent I spoke radiated hatred (honestly, she was beyond rude!)
As a contractor that they hire for jobs, there are none :)
Miserably unfair paid holiday/vacation time. GlassDoor is forcing me to "select at least 10 benefits" but it's misleading. Any break in coverage at all, and you end up with NO vacation or holiday pay. They're mandated by law to offer sick leave and medical benefits, so they do. But I've worked here over three years, and have earned ZERO paid time off. The time actually worked comes to more than 2.5 years, including 7 months at one stretch. NOTHING.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.