Employee stock was well worth the long hours and justified the passion employees had in their work.
Must work there a minimum set of hours per year to qualify for health benefits. Benefits are partially subsidized. You pay the difference which can be a big burden.
The medical benefits are laughable. They hardly ever covered anything and cost a fortune. Half the time, the Dr's I wanted to see weren't in my network. ESOP was a joke. No retirement saving except for ESOP.
“At the time of my training I had incredible on-boarding with the Human Resources department and a schedule with meetings set up with other staff from...”
“One of the only perks”
“The health insurance offered was pretty standard and had great options for all types of lifestyles.”
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.