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 401(k) match and added parental leave and transgender benefits.
Medical, Dental and Vision are across market competitive. Slalom has significantly increased their 401k Match. It will be 50% up to the first 6% contributed!
High premiums, 401k match could be better
401K match increased in 2018 but still behind other leading firms. Pay depends on how hard you negotiate during hire, but higher you are, lesser the subsequent raises.
Not great, but not bad; pretty standard for a company of Slalom's size. PTO is for vacation and sick time, starts at 17 days a year and can grow up to 25 days, one day per year of employment.
The 401(k) and paid time off could be better. Slalom gives employees more professional development opportunities than other firms, but the remainder of the benefits are average at best.
Cigna- our health insurance provider in the US- has such arduous coverage requirements that all of my preventative care doctors have stopped accepting it because it costs them so much to accept/process payments. This means I have to go find a new PT, a new therapist and a new acupuncturist. There goes self care routine. The benefits package does not align to company values.
Company is conscious improving benefits every year. The former sabbatical plan has been prorated into PTO, 401K match is still low but has been improved from 25% to 50% match, up to 6% of salary. Good support for professional development and health plans are decent enough.
The best part of Slalom's benefits package is that leadership is open and has delivered on improving benefits in significant ways (increase matching from 25% to 50% of the first 6%). In my opinion this along with the other key components like health insurance and PTO amount puts Slalom around the middle of the pack for benefits now in the industry. I consider Slalom closer to a technology organization than a consulting organization.
Basic healthcare package, recently added paternity but still minimal, in general leadership was frugal with benefit package
Company just increased their 401(k) match to 50% up to 6%
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.