Our benefits include competitive base salaries, relocation support, assignment benefits, generous parental leave (up to 100 days), 15 days of sick/family leave per year and 26 days of paid annual leave.
We also offer flexible work arrangements, robust health, disability and life insurance programs, worker’s compensation, onsite medical clinic, wellness and fitness facilities at our headquarters, and a child planning benefit for staff adding to their family through adoption or surrogacy.
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“An alternative work schedule (4-day work week) is offered for many job families. As a result, work-life balance is improved”
“The on-care health site is first rate and provides staff with the fundamental health screenings. It also offers seasonal flu shots and, because staff travel to far flung places, it provides shots to ensure staff safety.”
“The World Bank offers generous vacation and paid time off.”
The health benefits and the retirement program
As a consultant there are no benefits at all, in health insurance, vacations, maternity/paternity leave. This makes the job very though for consultants, specially the ones with families.
health insurance, annual leave, retirement benefits
Great benefits, great medical insurance, paid leave. Also work from home during Covid.
Annual leave starts at 26 days rising to 30 over time
Great pension plan, excellent PTO + Sick Leave, and also Family Leave.
Excellent benefits and pension plan
As a Staff member the benefits package is competitive, as a consultant it is much less so.
AWS= alternate work schedule! Work extra 9 hours, the 10th day you have off. Great for managing work/life balance.
No benefits for consultants, on top of poor remuneration
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