good plans for families; not sure about single people and how their plans stack up, but the Firm tries hard to make sure its employees are well cared for. That does not include pets at work, beanbag chairs, unlimited M&Ms, and/or rolling in at 10:30 am like Google. Our clients would not identify with that culture, but then again we manage their retirement plans, and we take it seriously.
Wellington provides a great benefit package that includes a terrific health plan that seems to cover more than other plans.
Wellington has a generous benefits package that is probably better than most. A decent health care coverage, with options for standard vs HSA type. Their 401K plan is extremely generous with a good percentage put in at the end of the year. Most of their incentives are towards year-end so they typically force employees to stay through the year to receive them, otherwise they will typically leave a lot of compensation on the table (mostly Bonus + Employer 401k contribution)
profit sharing 401k is amazing
Very good benefits package all around. One subtlety is that 401k contribution from the firm only occur at the end of the calendar year and are based off of your total compensation for the year rather than contributions you make to your account. Contributions are vested immediately, but if you are not there at the end of the year you get nothing.
The best thing is the 15% profit share.
Very generous benefit package when you consider total compensation.
Pay is lower than industry average and they tend to only hire contract workers for more and more jobs. This damages culture but keeps costs down.
100% match on IRA and Roth 401k. Get to select from Wellington managed funds.
401k contribution at 15%, no employee contribution required
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.