WOW- really, really good benefits, especially for a smaller company. Healthcare, dental, vision, 401k, and life. Work from home is a case by case basis, but management seems reasonable. There are also cell phone and parking stipends. Currently, Sendero partners with Gold's Gym for a really great deal on a gym membership too. The PTO is some of the best out there- 20 days for experienced employees, I think 6 paid holidays, and 2 floating holidays. There is no tuition assistance, but a graduate degree is not required, and each employee gets a budget each year for personal development instead. There are free lunches every Friday, and the fridge and break room is stocked. There is also a huge emphasis on volunteering and being active within the community, and you get paid time for that too. Overall, the benefits are highly competitive with large companies, but blow the benefits out of the water when compared with other companies of this size.
They recently changed providers. Their basic package before was great. I hardly had to pay out of pocket, their new packages I am parking $100 for just an eye appointment, without a purchase of eyewear. However, the company does pay for a good portion of your initial monthly costs. Paid time off is good, but could be better. No maternity leave.
Bonus, PTO, Health Benefits are great. Salary is average.
It's a small company so perks are not as good as some of the bigger consulting firms. I do wish they had a better 401k match program. PTO is pretty much in line with the consulting industry. Work life balance is really a big deal here and is a breath of fresh air from larger consulting firms
Base Salary is low, but great benefits
Health insurance including dental and vision, 401k with matching, phone stipend. Annual bonuses are at management discretion but have been consistent so far. Potential for extra bonuses for exceptional results. Work life balance is exceptional and will accommodate reasonable work-from-home requests (e.g., if you need to meet a plumber).
Best = 4-5 weeks vacation for a mid-level employee.
Impressive benefits program, very fair, with bonuses being paid out as a percentage of what you earned that year.
Sendero offers a pretty good benefits package but is a smaller company so there are some things they are not able to offer.
The worst thing about the benefits package at Sendero is the pay. The other benefits are pretty good, and the work environment is flexible with a strong focus on work / life balance.
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