Jones Knowles Ritchie Benefits FAQ

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January 29, 2019

What is health insurance like at Jones Knowles Ritchie?

Pros

They have a great insurance package

Cons

The day-to-day work schedule is extremely long.

They have a great insurance package

January 29, 2019

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June 13, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at Jones Knowles Ritchie?

Pros

Good benefits perks, friday drinks

Cons

Favouritism, no creative freedom, old school culture where if you are like them you are included in the team, otherwise you are treated like an outsider and your ideas are not welcome. Old style branding, they don't bring in fresh ideas. Condescending management. Its like an old country club environment.

Advice to Management

Bring in better open minded managers, senior designers. Learn to accept new ideas and people. Don't misuse your privilege.

Good benefits perks, friday drinks

June 13, 2019

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January 18, 2020

Does Jones Knowles Ritchie offer health savings accounts?

Pros

- Great access to creative opportunities; jkr is definitely having their moment in the sun - A select few people are phenomenal; truly inspiring to work with - Great, iconic brands that everyone has an equal opportunity to work on (regardless of position) - Socials are really fun; a time for the team to unwind and really bond - Benefits are good; 20 days off + paid health insurance and an additional HSA card

Cons

- Only a few people left from the original award-winning teams - Global HR is by far, incredibly inexperienced and unethical - Compensation is not in line with market rates and there’s a huge disparity between those who rise up through the company and those who are brought on - Pressure and expectations don’t allow for the best work; they give you just enough support to get by - Physical office space is cramped - another review referenced a sweatshop and that's what it feels like; however, I know this is something that’s being addressed

Advice to Management

- Reevaluate Global HR. Poor reputation, inappropriate personal relationships, lack of trustworthiness, and inexperience doesn’t set the agency up for growth and long-term employment. Employees don't feel safe under their guidance. - Pay employees what they’re worth; promote from within - Don’t lose that passion and fire that fuels the great creativity that the company was built on; that’s ultimately why people join to begin with

Benefits are good; 20 days off + paid health insurance and an additional HSA card

January 18, 2020

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