Current and former employees report that Weber Shandwick provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“the limit is good. you can use it for inpatient and outpatient”
“It has a pretty long vesting schedule”
“Only 15 days of PTO and have to increase tenure for more”
Best part of benefits: Substantial health insurance coverage Worst part of benefits: No unlimited PTO (that may have changed by now)
PTO is pretty bad. only 15 days.
Standard health insurance, 401k, etc.
La Croix vending machines were great
Depends on what you choose
Good PTO and health/wellness benefits.
More paid time off is needed. PTO is provided which must cover vacation and sick times, but is not particularly generous. Office is not closed the last week of December.
As an intern we were paid $15 an hour for 8:30-5:30 and were told to have an hour long lunch break. We were also told to only work within those hours.
The best thing about Weber's benefits package is that they have a program called My Holiday's that allows you to swap out holidays instead of having to use your PTO days. So for example, if you celebrate Hanukkah instead of Christmas, you can work on Christmas day and take off days around Hanukkah. However, Weber doesn't give the last week of December off. You only have 18 days of PTO and it is prorated. So if you start in June you'll only have 9 days of PTO.,
Standard benefits; health/dental/vision, 401(k), PTO…