For healthcare emploiyees choose from the medical, dental, and vision plans that best fit their life. Our health and wellness coverage includes reimbursements for fitness and wellness activities, an annual wellbeing day, and access to 24/7 mental health support. Enjoy Flexible downtime Vacation time, holidays (including your birthday) and remote working come standard. Team members are also eligible for sabbaticals, helping you deal with life's unexpected challenges. Continuous learning through gaining new skills in automation, blockchain, and cybersecurity through our EssentialTECH program - regardless of your level of expertise. Accelerate your career with individualized career coaching helps you focus on your passions, understand your motivations, build on your strengths and make connections to grow within S&P Global. Navigate financial decisions, chart a course for retirement, and achieve financial success with our financial wellness tools and resources. We also offer benefits that give you peace of mind, including life insurance coverage for you and your dependents, short and long-term leaves of absence, paid sick leave, business travel insurance, family care leave (for a spouse/domestic partner, child, parent or grandparent), and compassion leave. Our family-friendly perks include best-in-class parental leave is available for all parents to welcome a new child through birth, adoption, foster or surrogacy.
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“Great health insurance to employees”
“6 months for all parents ”
“It's stuffed with horrible, stagnant growth funds that track broad indexes. I did market intelligence on mutual funds in an internship and know how to pick funds so I picked the best and my coworkers were jealous I was pulling 13% average. Funny story, this was underperforming the ETF SPY. Just get a Vanguard S&P 500 Index Fund Share Class.”
Everything you need. No complaints here.
Great benefits, 6 months Paternity/Maternity Leave, life insurance.
The benefit is average, health insurance is average, vacation is above average
Flexible working arrangements Wellness days to relax and recharge Annual allowance for health and wellness
Small Law / Solos
Compliance analyst at S&P Global vs assistant law clerk for a judge in state supreme court (New York county)? Which would you pick and why? I am a family law attorney and my job is emotionally draining 60% of the time. I have an opportunity to clerk for a judge (it’s a one year appointment) and also for a compliance analyst role. I don’t know which one to pick.
Great benefits, and a good place to work
6% 401K. Great Health and Dental Benefits. 6 Months Paternity/Maternity Leave is the highlight of all benefits.
Great work life balance with emphasis on time off and retirement.
6+ months off for maternity/patentity leave
great benefits with minimal out of pocket costs
Best: Remote work-friendly, supportive of reduced travel to minimize COVID exposure, unlimited vacation (and they do intend for you to take full advantage), 401k employer contribution, health insurance options, vision & dental coverage Worst: It’s getting harder for employers to balance health insurance benefits with costs, but the company deserves credit for maintaining as comprehensive a health benefits package as it does.