Employee Benefits

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Employee Benefits

By | September 2008
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As part of our Total Rewards package, Accenture offers competitive benefits for employees. Benefits go into effect the first of the month following the date you enroll in coverage (with the exception of the 401(k) Match and Savings Plan and the Discretionary Profit Sharing Plan, as noted below).

Medical: Our medical plan includes a variety of options, including three Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs). In some locations, Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) may also be available. Dental: We offer a traditional dental plan and a dental maintenance organization (DMO). Long-Term Disability: There are two different levels of long-term disability coverage. You may elect to cover 50 or 60 percent of your monthly salary. Basic Employee Life/AD&D Insurance: You are automatically given basic life/AD&D coverage of one times your salary at no cost to you. Optional Employee Life Insurance: You may elect coverage from 1 to 9 times the amount of your annual salary. Optional AD&D Insurance: You may elect coverage from 1 to 9 times the amount of your annual salary. Dependent Life/AD&D Insurance: All levels of spouse coverage have a flat level of coverage for children, or you can elect to cover your children only. Flexible Spending Accounts: Allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay eligible health care expenses not covered by a medical and/or dental plan, and dependent day care expenses for your eligible dependents. Adoption Benefits: Up to $5,000 per child per family can be used to pay medical costs, agency and legal fees, and other expenses specifically related to the adoption. Legal Plan: Access to a wide range of legal services from a national network of law firms and attorneys. There is no charge for covered services if a network attorney is used. If a non-network attorney is used, fees for covered services are paid up to a maximum amount per a set fee schedule; you pay any remaining amount. Long-Term Care Insurance: Benefits for long-term...