Slalom is not only a great place to work, but we offer a wide variety of benefit programs that are competitive and evolving as we continue to grow. We review our offerings frequently and listen to our employees' feedback. We recently increased our Maternity and Paternity leaves, raised our 401(k) match, and added transgender medical benefits.
The people and culture are the best
Health benefits are on par or average to most Fortune 500 companies; Paid holidays are below F500.
The health plans and 401k match aren't great. PTOs are awesome. However, senior leadership is looking into health insurance and 401k match
The US benefits package overall is pretty standard. Along with standard PTO (~18 days for first year and an additional day each year) and standard health care plans, the package includes cell phone and transit reimbursement. A few good differences: -Lots of great opportunities for networking socially and professionally. -The new parental leave benefit is outstanding. Effective January 1, 2019, Slalom is doubling the maternity benefit from 8 weeks to 16 weeks paid leave and tripling the paternity benefit from 1 week to 3 weeks paid leave. -The 401k has some nifty features like being able to contribute to an after-tax 401k and make in-service withdrawals to achieve the mega-backdoor Roth. Not all employers enable these features.
401k and PTO are mediocre, healthcare is okay but not great. Matching percentage is low and doesn't begin until a year of service, PTO is inclusive of sick time, and, like many firms, you can feel like a slave to your utilization percentage
The benefits are below the industry average, especially compared to its close competitors. I strongly believe the management needs to improve the benefits if they want to attract and keep top talents. After all, what Slalom is now is built off of its people. Pto: 18 days (No sick days), increases by 1 day for every year worked 401k: 1 to 1/2 match up to 6% of your salary No other outstanding perks
Limited accrual vacation and seven paid holidays
401k match is appalling - you contribute 6% to get 1.5% match. Work-life balance can also be a struggle depending on your projects. Social events are basically mandatory if you ever want a promotion. On the positive side of things, their heath care isn't all that bad.
The paid time off and 401k match are below the industry average. The work environment, exceptional professional development opportunities and excellent employee events offset this.
401(k) could use some work. 17 days PTO, leave of absence program, decent health insurance.
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