Within the first year new employees would be up for a promotion and raise and after the 90-day mark, new employees are available to participate in benefits such as health insurance, 401k, and all other benefits found in our portal.
Worst: no bonus or very small Best: 401k, health benefits, discounts via retail/travel, PTO
Always promised a bonus, but never receive one.
From what I can tell from open enrollment, GREAT. I haven't opted in yet due to 90 days but from what I can tell, many options to customize your situation along with 401k and stock options
Benefits are pretty competitive with other agencies. New employees start out with two weeks of vacation, a week of personal time plus a week of sick time -- and the company runs a skeleton week at the holidays so you get an extra three or four days off then. There are multiple options for healthcare, to meet various budget and coverage needs. There is a 401K matching program, and you can get a discount on Omnicom stock once you qualify. Employees can get discounts on a few client brands as well as some things like travel, dining out, etc. For people interested in continuing their education, there is an annual reimbursement allowance. And if you make it 20 years, the company sends you on a big trip.
The best thing about working at Zimmerman is that it is somewhat stable...although absolute and total chaos.
Health benefits are comparable with other agencies with the rest of the benefit package lining up nicely with other Omnicom family agencies.
Paid leave, great vacation package & plenty personal days off
Health insurance is horrific. The premiums are so high that you need to find a second job to afford it.
Non-existent, 401k matching is minimal, they don’t cover the medical at all. 100% out of employees pocket. While other places give you 6-7 Summer Friday’s, Zimmerman gives you 1. No flexibility or work from home.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.