Ryan recognizes that our benefits provide for the well-being of our employees and their families. Most of our benefits are available to employees on their date of hire. Employees working in a regular, full scope or reduced scope one (1) capacity are eligible to participate in all of the benefit plans offered by the Firm. And because we understand that one size does not fit all, we offer many benefit plan choices
The best thing about working at Ryan is the myRyan work environment. You're able to work where and when as long as your job gets done! Very flexible work environment.
Flexibility, maternity leave, and health insurance, profit sharing!
The benefits team has done a great job providing top of the line benefits packages for the employees. One negative is that they are continuously changing the packages and adapting to new issues.
The health care cost are very reasonable and the firm give credits if you pass certain health benchmarks.
All benefits are excellent; low cost to employees.
Health insurance rates and benefits are not great. However, there is a wellness plan available to offset monthly premiums. The 401k is not a dollar-for-dollar match, but a maximum of 25% match with a cap.
great health insurance where the rates haven't risen
At the Consultant level and above, the PTO is extremely EXTREMELY generous.
Benefits are good, but not great. Of course the benefits of MyRyan, our program that enables workplace flexibility is great. You can dictate your schedule assuming you're able to get the work done. Experiencing this freedom so early in my career makes it hard to give up for any reason. We also have a great workplace recognition system called Ryan Pride where if you are recognized for helping out a coworker, you can get points to exchange for gift cards or prizes. This is surprisingly popular and effective. The culture is the best benefit of this company. Unfortunately the 401k match is still one of the worst I've heard of. It would be nice to get a 25-50% match with each paycheck like so many other companies do. The match is completely contingent on company performance. The healthcare is ok, it is not super expensive and it is good enough for most people. I pay $80 a month and have a $1500 deductible. If you have the right position they reimburse your cell bill and percentage of your gym membership.
An employee is eligible on the first day of hire, and the premiums are low, compared to what I am use to.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.