Pew Charitable Trusts Benefits
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- All Employees
- Part Time
- Full Time
Which benefits does Pew Charitable Trusts provide?
Current and former employees report that Pew Charitable Trusts provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- 401K Plan(32 comments)
‘401K is the best in the business, best I have ever had. Great matching and vesting options.’
- Health Insurance(16 comments)
‘It was fine but they were switching in between a few plans across two years - a little off putting as some doctors didn't take the other health insurance. The premiums were lower than the feds but they were creeping up.’
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(13 comments)
‘Five weeks a year vacation after you are there a certain amount of time.’
Generous benefits package with an extra week off during Christmas to New Years.
The matching 401K money is very good, best in class, but the health care benefits keep slipping away and getting more restrictive.
Best benefits I ever had in my career!
Love that the match up to 6% for your 401k. Helps to grow your savings quickly.
401k 6% automatic employer contribution plus 6% match, great PTO (4 weeks of vacation on hire, 5 after 5 years, 10 sick days, 3 personal days, 10 holidays plus the week off between christmas and new year's. 16 weeks paid maternity and paternity leave.
Best of everything in benefits they offer.
Vacation and time off are solid. Exempt jobs - 4 weeks to start. Non-exempt - 3 weeks. After five years in seat - up by one week. They offer most holidays as expected.
The 401K match is unparalleled. The health insurance provider has changed several times within my tenure and benefits have been reduced. But overall fantastic package.
Amazing benefits for a non profit organization.
Great 401k. Generous vacation and sick time off