Great benefits including medical, dental and vision, (requires employee contribuion) FSA, 401K match, profit sharing and supplemental insurance options.
The company offers 16 weeks maternity leave and 8 weeks paternity leave. As well as unlimited sick time.
Pat leave is a big perk
Health insurance, 401K, profit sharing, vacation time, 16 weeks of maternity and parental leave
Nice benefit package and profit sharing
Health insurance, 401k with matching and annual profit sharing, annual bonus, vacation (starts at 3 weeks for lower level employees, more for consultants, etc.), paid overtime for hourly employees, offices have stocked kitchens with snacks & sodas/coffee.
Benefits are good. Maternity Leave is great!
Best: Starting PTO is really great. Yearly bonus and profit sharing is really great. Yearly salary increases as well. Worst: No flexibility for EAs. Can't work from home - looked down upon by management and other EAs, however, you're expected to stay on top of your work if you're ever out of the office. Makes no sense. The technology is there to allow for a more flexible work schedule but the fear of people taking advantage seems to have paralyzed the powers that be.
Good: 20 days vacation able to work remotely - though depends if you have a manger who lets you AND have a laptop Bad Very low paternity leave - behind on the times - it was sad to see fathers back at work so soon 401k Match % is very low for top notch professional services firms Profit sharing has a very slow vest. Pays off for partners staying long term, but not junior colleagues Very "black box" compensation model for non consultants Ugly Weird rule says adoptive fathers get less time than mothers - this does not make any sense and is sexist
Decent health insurance. Executive Assistants are not allowed to work from home. There's no reason for this.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.