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Based on 217 responses, the job of Benefits Analyst has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.75 out of 5. On average, Benefits Analysts are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Benefits Analyst?

February 2015
"Implement and integrate systems. Manager 5300 benefits."
Benefits Analyst:
Work hard and always be there for the employees.
August 2016
"Good Stepping Stone."
Benefits Analyst:
Pros: The work environment is casual and flexible. People in the office are great. Office is downtown.
Cons: The management is disorganized, lower level employees feel expendable and not valued. Pay is low compared to competitors. Work is stressful for level of pay.
August 2017
"Great culture."
Benefits Analyst in Bloomfield Hills:
Pros: Easy Commute; great office culture however it is slowly becoming more corporate.
Cons: Support Employees are not valued or compensated as much as their Account Director even though they are the legs they stand on.
March 2018
"A Millennial Working In Corporate Atlanta."
Benefits Analyst in Atlanta:
Pros: The atmosphere
Cons: The traffic
June 2019
Benefits Analyst in Provo:
From a manager with no insurance, benefits, or hr background to the fact that people constantly get away with durable offenses. Culture is bad. Comp is WAY behind market. HR director is good as he knows HR really well but is restrained by county laws.
May 2020
"I enjoy my job, but I am wondering about the pay."
Benefits Analyst in St. Louis:
Pros: coworkers, boss, opportunities to learn, team effort
Cons: not challenged, pay
September 2020
"Opportunity to learn about benefits consulting."
Benefits Analyst in Chicago:
Pros: Support of nice people
Cons: Not enough written SOPs on how my job works, learning blindly at times