Beneficios en Robert Half
- Estados Unidos
- Reino Unido
- Emiratos Árabes Unidos
- República Dominicana
- Hong Kong
- Todos los empleados
- Trabajador independiente
- En prácticas
- A tiempo parcial
- Jornada completa
¿Qué beneficios ofrece Robert Half?
Los empleados actuales y los exempleados informan de que Robert Half ofrece los siguientes beneficios. Esta relación puede no estar completa.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Opiniones sobre los beneficios de la empresa
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- Health Insurance(203 comentarios)
«The worst part is that health insurance offered at Robert Half is not competitive, but simply enough to keep the employee stable.»
- 401K Plan(90 comentarios)
«A valuable social protection fund.»
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(77 comentarios)
«Could offer full PTO at beginning of year rather than accrue»
I appreciate the benefits we receive. Generous CTO where now hourly employees can accrue the same amount as exempt employees. Health insurances include Cigna, Blue Shield, and Kaiser. I find Cigna to provide me ample coverage which has helped me tremendously. My only con is that the health insurance premiums offered are pricey (I pay about $400/month for my Cigna plan). That is the most expensive plan because Cigna is the highest-priced plan, and I opted for the lowest deductible. However, again, I get covered very well with my specific plan.
It is a very comprehensive benefits package.
Benefits are solid and vacation time. There is also a match for the 401K
The offered healthcare insurance options allow quality, inexpensive coverage.
I was offered a full benefit offering.
Great experience but no benefits at a temp
Very good on trying to find you work for contract to hire
Robert Half's benefits are excellent and a game changer for their overall package.
No PTO or paid holidays but good agency to find something fast. Still has insurance offered
Medical Benefits are good for my needs, nothing wild. The Time off or "Choice Time Off" is awful, they talk it up as every kind of time off rolled into one with an accrual but it doesn't carry over at the end of the year and the accrual rate is 2 hours for every 40 hours worked. So it takes a month to get 1 day off. They allow you to "borrow" up to 40 hours but no one wants to be in the negatives so why not just give that to start the year off. They also offer a quarterly hours bonus but its only achievable if you work OT. Some company's don't want you working any OT and some people don't want to work OT so its not a benefit. Day to day my biggest complaint is the PTO, its just bottom of the barrel in comparison to normal jobs or other accrual rates.