- United States
- United Kingdom
- Dominican Republic
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- Hong Kong
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- All Employees
- Part Time
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Conduent is proud to offer a comprehensive and competitive benefits package that reflects the value of our employees.
Which benefits does Conduent provide?
Current and former employees report that Conduent provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(163 comments)
‘Its very good and fast paced’
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(85 comments)
‘Best Vacation & Paid Time off.’
- 401K Plan(63 comments)
‘Convenient plan management but very low match - 1%’
The company is great with pushing to develop employee skill sets and promotes advancing from within the business. The company likes to cross-train employees in different departments as well.
Clear guidelines on how timeoff is accrued, accessible system for requesting timeoff. Insurance options available and retirement options available. EAP resources offered
No local HR. Hard to get answers to questions. And while they said they offered paid time off, in reality all they did was give us the state required paid sick time off and not require a doctor's note or anything.
Health insurance options have high deductibles. 401k match is dependent on company performance by quarter. PTO accrual is Bi-Weekly.
Got a burning question about Conduent? Just ask!
Hi fishes, Help me decide which one to go with. Yoe: 12+ EY GDS: 25 lpa fixed Senior consultant Level 2 Conduent: 34lpa (no variable pay) Senior Manager C08 I'm not sure if EY can match the offer but I'm inclined towards Conduent as they're offering a better role. Should I go with the big 4 with lower designation or a smaller company with a better role that suits my experience? @conduent Accenture Deloitte Capgemini Xerox KPMG India PwC India
Good company. They are flexible and work with you.
Best thing is good working environment,
You don’t get PTO & sick days until you’ve been with the company for 6 months. Then, you start to accrue the time off.
no 401K match. Limited to what you can contribute to 401K.
Health plans are pretty expensive, 401k match varies based on management decisions, currently 1%
Good benefits packages available to choose from