Everybody wants the total package, right? We've got that and more. Intriguing projects, flexible hours, awesome people, personalized benefits and comped time off for community service. We can’t possibly list all the good stuff going on at the agency here, but here’s a flavor of the employee experience at WE and the programs and benefits that shape that experience:
INSPIRE: At WE, you get to do inspiring work with some of the most fascinating brands on the planet and collaborate with colleagues in our 18 global offices to spark the next inspiration.
LEARN: We’re about expanding horizons – from everyday learning on teams to bringing the hottest speakers, thinkers, and doers to our offices.
LIVE: We’ve got your back from core benefits to the unexpected in the areas of Health (medical plan, health savings contributions, wellness credits , etc.), Finances (401(k), transportation credits, connectivity allowance, etc.), Time (PTO, Holidays, etc.) and Fun (join us, you’ll see!)
GIVE: Giving generously in the way we behave with each other, and the world around us, sets us apart: paid volunteer time, pro bono teams and more.
Best is the flexible work options. I don't have a worst.
Health Insurance and 401k at WE Communications
The health benefits were very affordable, with some additional benefits such as a wellness credit and volunteer hours.
No spot bonuses even though they say that they will
I'm very new to the company and unsure about more senior options. Overall the package is good.
The health coverage was great as well as the buy up option for short-term disability to help with maternity leave. There are very flexible working options and WFH benefits as well as strong support for volunteering.
There are opportunities for a select number of SAE (junior level) staff to do a global exchange for a month and work at one of the international offices, all expenses paid. Employees are given 4 weeks of PTO and most teams offer the option to work remotely on Fridays.
WE offers a four to six week extended leave to current employees. I believe that benefit will end after 2018.
- Vacation time was generous, but included sick time - one big illness could destroy your banked time. - Salary was insulting. - Employees are told they can work from home, but then when they try to do so, are dinged for it and told to be in the office. (Pick one, please.) - Don't plan on being pregnant here.
Paid PTO (Paid Time Off), they also have some type of health initiative benefits where they will cover a charge for something healthy you buy like a Fitbit or yoga mat. Also there is an emphasis on work-life balance.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.