Benefits at a glance

People stay at Barr because they appreciate our firm’s flexibility, tight-knit community, and career opportunities. Another draw is our competitive package of employee benefits, which includes:
  • Compensatory, or comp, time (salaried employees receive time off or receive pay for extra time worked)
  • Professional-development funds for each employee
  • A 401(k) retirement savings plan with regular company contributions
  • Company contributions to employee stock-ownership plan (ESOP) accounts and annual bonus program
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance; Life insurance; Disability and AD&D insurance
  • Flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent-care expenses
  • Paid time off for holidays, vacations, and personal days
  • Flexible schedules and hybrid work arrangements

Investing in your career development

At Barr, we believe in lifelong learning. Investing in continuing professional development allows us to advance as individuals. It also helps our company keep pace with industry standards of practice and provide innovative solutions to our clients.

As a Barr employee, you’ll receive an individual education account (IEA) to attend conferences, pursue higher education, or learn new skills.

Learn more about career development at Barr


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Trust, accountability, and flexibility are at the heart of Barr’s employee policies. We trust our employee-owners to produce quality work and provide exceptional client experiences. We’ll encourage you to find the work-life balance that fits your circumstances, giving you the tools and support to manage your own schedule and workload. Depending on the needs of the role, we also offer hybrid and flexible working arrangements.

Comp time

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Your life doesn’t always stick to a set schedule, and sometimes work requires flexibility too. We strive to help you manage workload fluctuations and find the work-life balance that works for you. Salaried employees who go above their base hours can earn compensatory, or comp, time. Tracked separately from paid time off, you can use comp time as time off or be paid out as hours worked.



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