Benefits are all useful things like good health insurance and 401k march.
You truly feel that TNC is dedicated to create a competitive benefits package for all of the countries we are located in
Strong benefits package, including generous time off esp. if you've been there a while (and can pull yourself away from the heavy work load)
The health insurance and retirement plan were very competitive, though overall compensation and leave policy lagged far behind peer organizations.
TNC offers flexible working time, matches 401K up to 8% and provides god insurance.
Great healthcare because of large staff size (worldwide office location) and generous 401(k) match.
Almost all TNC benefits are at or above industry standards. For being a forward-thinking organization that cares about its workforce, I find the parental leave policy lacking, even comparing it to other nonprofits I have worked for. The benefits seem incongruous with the organization's five core values. 10 days paid, then FMLA and use of sick/vacation time. This policy has an especially negative impact on newer employees, lower income employees, single parents and households with one income (so-called diversity candidates). Unfortunately this is a benefit overseen by the central office and no state chapter can influence it.
- 8% retirement savings match after 1 year of employment - the highest I've ever seen, nonprofit or otherwise! - summer Fridays! get all your hours in by noon on Friday and have the option to take long weekends Memorial Day through Labor Day (not all offices do this)
8% 401K match health Vision and Dental
Great health coverage options, generous paid holidays, but with minimal starting PTO
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.