Benefits

At Kimley-Horn, people are our top priority.

That’s why we provide our team with top-notch benefits. We want to help employees enjoy the present while also planning for a secure, long-term future.

Benefits at Kimley-Horn include:

  • Comprehensive medical, prescription, vision, and dental coverage
  • A health savings account
  • Company-paid life insurance
  • Short and long-term disability
  • Employee assistance program
  • Backup childcare
  • Company-paid retirement contributions
  • Incentive-based bonuses
  • Extensive internal trainings
  • Tuition reimbursement

In 2021, we:

 
  • Put more than $120 million into the retirement accounts of our staff, helping them build a secure future
  • Paid more than $42 million in medical expenses and other insurance premiums for more than 4,300 households (including life insurance, short- and long-term disability, and vision)
  • Provided more than 800,000 hours of paid time off to encourage work-life balance
  • Provided hundreds of employees with personal development opportunities that will help them grow in their careers

Our benefits help us attain our core purpose: “To provide an environment for our people to flourish.” We offer a competitive and comprehensive benefits plan to meet employees’ needs so they can focus on other important things—like family, friends, and professional growth.

Kimley-Horn Contributions Exceed Expectations

 

In 2015, a study of 450 retirement plans showed that the average employee’s 401(k) plan is on track to replace 25% of their income in retirement. At Kimley-Horn, thanks to company contributions, the average employee’s plan is on track to replace a whopping 70%. Our contributions include a 2-to-1 401(k) match on the first 4% and a discretionary profit-sharing contribution—profit sharing in 2021 was 10%, leading to an employer contribution of 18%*. It’s one more way that every employee benefits at our firm.

All of our full- and part-time employees are eligible for benefits.

*18% assumes an employee contribution of at least 4%