Benefits Package

Sep 25, 2017 15 Comments

I have been approached about coming onboard with Slalom as (what I assume) is a data architect with Tableau/Alteryx. If I were to move, it would be to the Dallas office. Reviews I have received from friends that work there and Glassdoor show what a fun environment it is to work for. My question is more along the lines of benefits... Can you provide info for the following:

1. Salary range
2. Bonuses
3. PTO (vacation and sick time)
4. Insurance
5. 401k

Anything else I could've missed?


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TOP 15 Comments
  • Slalom Consulting / Other Hayek
    Thanks, but I didn’t need help on translation. Comp may be a little lower, but so is cost of living. Oh yeah, also no state income tax. Agreed on “okayish,” and I say that as a long-time Dallasite. Lots of pretty people and flat concrete. But then again, you’re on Texas, so that’s pretty much a huge win.
    Sep 25, 2017 2
    • Zapier FarDogKabl
      I'm sorry. Wasn't trying to step on your toes, just trying to play it straight re: Dallas' tech sector.

      The no state income tax works out so long as you rent. The property tax evens things out a fair bit if you choose to own. Throwing things through a cost of living calculator, SV still tends to noticably win out on comp - however I don't think they take into account marginal federal tax rates.

      It's awesome you've got a company you love - that is worth a ton.
      Sep 25, 2017
    • Slalom Consulting / Other Hayek
      You may be more experienced than I re: Dallas’ tech sector. Didn’t mean to sound harsh. My apologies.

      But you totally nailed it: working for a company you love - and one that demonstrates same in actions (not words) - that is “pert’-near” priceless!

      Best job I ever had, full stop.
      Sep 25, 2017
  • VMware / Eng nonamehere
    Honestly just ask the recruiter for all this except the comp. They probably have a PDF with the benefits.
    Sep 25, 2017 0
  • Hayek what would the competitive salary range be in Dallas area? I understand the COL is different than other offices around the country. I hear nothing but great things about the company, but taking a cut (large or small) I would like to prepare if need be.
    Sep 26, 2017 4
    • Slalom Consulting / Other Hayek
      Sounds right.
      Sep 28, 2017
    • Slalom Consulting AlfredoBro
      Nov 11, 2019
  • Zapier FarDogKabl
    Translation: comp is low in Dallas but the town is okayish and affordable so it kind of works out so long as you aren't aiming for early retirement extreme.
    Sep 25, 2017 0
  • Welocalize / Design

    Welocalize Design

    Slalom Consulting
    Human Experience Designer, and Creative Director that has been in consulting for over 30 years.
    Keep in mind the travel, you will spend a lot of time driving to client sites and being staffed out. Plan that, it is not expenseable, so you carry the cost out of your paycheck.
    Sep 30, 2017 2
    • Slalom Consulting qEje84
      That's not correct. Any travel over your normal commute to the office is expensable. Therefore the only thing u have to anticipate is a commute time that can vary. My commute time now is 30 minutes less to my client and I'll be here a year. It all balances out.
      Oct 2, 2017
    • Slalom Consulting qEje84
      Yeah. I can't bill any travel time thanks. No to mention they make it painful to bill my miles. Not worth my time.
      Jan 25, 2019
  • Salesforce utryyouwin
    Overall benefits package is quite weak
    Nov 11, 2017 0
  • Slalom Consulting / Other Hayek
    My experience over the last couple years is that any benefit difference has been outweighed like 10x in purpose, job satisfaction and overall happiness working with such an awesome team at Slalom Dallas.
    Sep 25, 2017 0


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