Very good medical plan (I chose to pay for the top level plan).
Flexibility to work remote as needed; US full-time benefits = paid parental leave (12 weeks each parent), unpaid parental leave (up to 26 weeks total minus paid parental leave time), paid time off/vacation accruals [1-4 yrs (15 days); 5-19 yrs (20 days); 20+ yrs (25 days), sick time (48 hrs), volunteer (16 hrs) and floating holidays (32 hrs)]
The benefits are insane - probably the best part of working here. Generous vacation time, sick time & volunteer time. Health, dental and vision is all well priced and great network of providers.
Work/Life Balance is excellent as telecommuting option is available, as well as 15 days starting vacation with only 5yr to add 5 more days, plus 4 flex personal days. Fair amount of sick days (6). Parental leave is full 12 weeks plus extended leave option. Good match for 401(k). Really good dental plan. Only con is health benefit options only offer high deductible.
Decent benefits including 401k pays 50 cents to the dollar up to 4% of annual salary, health, vision and dental insurance, on site gym or comparable gym discount up to 300/year. Employee wellness and discounts
Good employee discounts- local and nationwide, good medical opions, good dental and vision. Appreciate the 401 k matching program. Company encourages colleagues to appreciate colleagues
The worst thing about the benefits package at Thomson Reuters, Inc. is there is no benefits package for contractors. You work long hours and long days and don't even get holiday pay.
Good benefits, Medical and Vacation
Really good benefits especially for child bearing women. 18 weeks paid parental leave!
decent benefits with 401k and all the usual you would expect from large company. Not tremendous but competitive.
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