The benefits were average for the industry overall, but the vacation time was not aligned with tenure for employees that were part of an acquisition which was disappointing.
Variety of options available but many are an extra charge to the employee...maternity, etc.
The types of benefits here are pretty standard for this type of job, and include medical, dental, and 401k. However the plans they provide as options are as basic as they can get.
reasonable benefits at a reasonable cost to the employee.
Insurance didn't cover much but is adequate if you are young and in good health.
Benefits were sub-par at best. Expensive for health insurance.
The benefits are subpar, with only a one month maternity leave. The upside is the ability to work from home if you are in apposition that allows it.
Benefits started off good. Each year, they got worse especially health care. Employee payments portion increased while benefits decreased. Bonus was not distributed on time due to “cash-flow” issues. A flexible schedule, based on territory was a benefit.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.