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Based on 253 responses, the job of Benefits Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.12 out of 5. On average, Benefits Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Benefits Manager?

November 2018
Benefits Manager:
OneDigital is amazing - the leadership is inspired and visionary, the culture is supportive and fun, we have great benefits are paid well and have lots of opportunity for professional growth. It's the best company I have ever worked for!
May 2016
Benefits Manager:
Continue to educate yourself, whether it be in your field or in another area. Know your company's culture. Know when to be flexible. Be open to change.
February 2019
Close to everything.
Benefits Manager in Tampa:
Pros: close to everything
Cons: traffic
March 2019
Stressful work environment.
Benefits Manager in Long Beach:
Pros: The mission
Cons: Pay and benefits
April 2019
Busier than expected.
Benefits Manager in Honey Brook:
Pros: close to home
Cons: rural pay scale
June 2019
Okay if you are not looking for professional growth.
Benefits Manager in St. Petersburg:
Pros: The HR Team.
Cons: No funding to expand any type of programs for the employees.
July 2019
I like what it do and the employees apreseate me.
Benefits Manager in Burlington:
Pros: helping employees
Cons: dealing with employees that don't take responcibilty