State Street offers a competitive, comprehensive and flexible benefits program designed to meet the changing needs of our employees and their families.
Vacation time is generous, good benefits although not fully paid for, work from home days encouraged.
Whatever else folks may say about working for State Street, their benefits package remains one of the best I have ever had even in a time of constricted financials. Comprehensive health, PTO that doesn't get subtracted for sick days (at least when I was there), matching 401k. I miss the benefits!
State Street is very generous with their vacation days and the company culture is comfortable. Work from home is a benefit that the company encourages and every employee gets 2 paid volunteer days. Many volunteer events are available to choose from. The onboarding is comprehensive and you are able to connect with other new employees before starting work.
The vacation, 401 k and work/ life balance are great at State Street. The medical has just gone downhill. The company is contributing less, they are starting to scrape the bottom for the insurance company selections and along with the bad company selection comes terrible coverage. It costs me twice what it did a year ago and my coverage is worse!
Tons of time off, medical/dental offered at reasonable rates. 5% match on 401k
Retirement match, PTO, and flex work arrangements are hard to beat
best thing is the insurance they offer for the family.
This place was great to work for
No great internship program like Goldman or JP Morgan. Not enough to do . Zzzzz No benefits at intern level
Best thing is the 5% match, but salary isn't very competitive. The worst thing was when they suspended the education reimbursement and increasing premiums.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.