The benefits package is better than anything I've ever seen compared to other US companies. Healthy benefits are through Cigna and that's medical, dental and health. T&F offers a 401k match up to 6% and you can begin contributing on your first day. You start with 15 days paid vacation and two floating so essentially, you have 17 vacation days. The company operates on a 35 hour work week versus the standard 40 most organization hold you to. In addition to the paid vacation time, the company also provides 10 paid sick days and 2 days you can chose to volunteer toward an organization while missing a work day and being paid for it. The company gives you 9 paid holidays off, too. And to me, the following is the most important, but since the company is global, they allow working from home up to 2x a week and have flexible start times for work; you can start your day anytime between 7:30-9:30am.
“Taylor & Francis Group offers an HSA and has a relatively low monthly health care premium, though it has been going up the last few years...”
Convenient flex time system and summer hours make for excellent work/life balance.
Great paid time off if you have been employed for years.
There is barely a benefits package.
T&F offers a competitive benefits package. The health insurance was fine and in line with other places I have worked. I would have liked to receive a little more vacation time.
Vacation time is good, flexible working hours depending on department. But the health insurance was just changed to a much worse option for 2018. Part of the reason I’ve stayed at T&F was the good medical coverage for my chronic health condition. But the new insurance plans does not cover a lot of things the old one did, including lab work and x-rays (formerly covered at 100% after copay now at coinsurance after deductible). I estimate that for my health conditions this will cost me an additional 5K per year, amounting to a serious salary decrease.
A good level of benefits, especially when compared to what is provided by other companies. The healthcare coverage is very good with the typical increase in premiums. Maternity leave is what is required by law and is much less than that offered by other T&F offices. A fair number of little things like free coffee, employee discounts with LA Fitness, Costco, AAA, etc.
The benefits at Taylor & Francis are amazing -- I come from a nonprofit background, so I was a little shell shocked. They match share to share if you invest in stock, match 401(k) contributions, the highest monthly contribution for their best medical plan -- which is a good plan -- is only $69 for one person. I have a mild pre-existing condition so I chose the middle plan, which was only $39/month! Full vision, dental plans are also inexpensive and cover a lot. They are UK based, so the benefits that the employees across the pond get are better just because of different laws and tax structures. They have an FSA, an HSA, a transportaion discount and savings plan. You can also can be a member of a credit union. Plus they have relationships with various companies for discounts. The downside is that I have experienced some problems in getting assistance from HR. You have to put in the work yourself.
The benefits package changed in 2017 and is now more expensive. Overall good benefits - $50 co-pay at most places.
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