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Deloitte and EY, what are your benefits like? I currently get 5 weeks PTO and 100% match up to 6% 401K. I want to start applying elsewhere since I'm underpaid but base salary isn't everything

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6 weeks PTO and same 401k match. Hard to take even 5 weeks of PTO though.

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100% match up to 6%? Well fuck me, we only get 25% up to 6%, and there's vesting period

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5 weeks PTO, 10 paid holidays, 25¢ match per dollar for the first 6% to 401k, pension plan fully vested after 3 years, and plenty of firm paid happy hours and booze at internal events. Oh also, Deloitte University (though you'll only experience that once maybe twice, if you're lucky, after each promotion)

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D3 is correct not D1.

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D3, so 25% match not 100% match like what D1 said?

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Pwc is also 25 to the dollar at 6%, 15 days of vacation for first two years, after that it's 22, unlimited sick days, and 12 holidays I think (floating included). There is also HSA firm paid contribution as well. But fuck... 100% match on your 401k is way better...think about how much more you have in your 401 k than we do.

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That info is available on the career site...boot up your googles

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D1, awesome thanks. It's definitely hard but what I've been doing for the past few years is 2 weeks in the summer, 2 weeks over Christmas and my last week is split over random Monday's and Friday's for long weekends throughout the year.

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Agree with D3 but I have been to DU about 6 times in 3 years

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5-6 weeks pto depending on rank and same 401k. Other fringe benefits like most firms: $500 fitness allowance, $75-200 cell allowance, lounge access etc

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Oh Pwc pays for your phone bill - pretty much unlimited data...be respectful of course. There's also fitness rewards etc.

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@acn2 you get Amex platinum so centurion/delta sky club/priority pass or you can opt for AA or United annual lounge membership and stick with regular green Amex

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50% up to 5%. 5 weeks PTO

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Pwc we can get the Amex plat any level. Gives you lounge access and airline credit 100 per year with 200 for statement

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@Deloitte6 any level as long as you're traveling. Reimbursement goes through once you hit 25 nights away I believe, which is obviously easy to do on a traveling project. It also comes with TSA Precheck or global entry reimbursement.

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PwC has shitty $$ perks, but decent soft ones. Unlimited sick days (use them carefully and it's a couple extra PTO), firm paid for phone every year (heavily subsidized after 12 months), etc

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I thought we got 7% match? That's what my documents said...?

A1, are you a new hire? When I joined in 2011 it was 6% and has been since then for me.

Yea. I started last year.

I started in 2014, it was 6%...7% is awesome, u sure??

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