There are a lot of good benefits, but you have to do your own research to figure a lot of them out.
401k Plan match is great but the assets you can invest in and plan sponsors are terrible. Health benefits are alright however.
Excellent benefits. 6.5% comp match 401k, generous PTO (25 days), cheap and comprehensive health, dental, vision. Salaried with time and a half pay on OT
Strong benefits package across the board.
Great benefits, generous 401(k) match, 18 weeks parental leave, Wellness benefits beyond gym membership.
S&P has a great benefits package, which includes: 18 weeks of paid parental leave (on top of short term disability for mothers), roughly 23 paid days off for new employees, sick leave that doesn’t come out of PTO, roughly 15 holiday days per year, great medical, dental, and life insurance policies, and much more depending on where you live. It’s the most attractive part of working for S&P.
Cover all the basis i.e. offer health insurance, but it could be better, e.g. Who even accepts this dental insurance?
Company has great Work Life Balance and maternity leave benefits
I've seen improvements in benefits over my duration with this company.
Coverage was really strong and one of the few things I missed about the company. However, they need more work (and it seems were moving in the right direction) regarding support for lesbian moms and fertility support.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.