Paid time off for charitable community work.
Paternal leave is basically non-existent. One week paid.
It's ok just need a little more money to make sure I can afford the actual packet.
Great insurance company funded and managed by BCBS. 2 options to choose from, HDHP and PPO. 401k and a portfolio of optional benefits to choose from. On site gym and nurse.
Best -Healthcare benefits and on-site nurse practitioner Worst- PTO. 2 weeks until 5th year, then 3 weeks. Could be better.
They offer 2 different medical plans, an enhanced dental plan, & an enhanced vision plan.
Good benefits overall and very competitive.
Competitive benefits package.
Good: There's an onsite cafeteria (in each of the towers, so you don't have to walk too far). Food is pretty good (except for the seafood!!) and cheaper than restaurants. There's also a free onsite nurse. She can do most things a normal doctor's office can and can even write prescriptions. A gym is onsite, complete with fitness classes, weights, stationary bikes, treadmills, and elliptical. Access to the gym and all fitness classes is only 20 bucks a year. 401k matching is alright. Match 100% for the first 3% you invest, and 50% for the rest up to a maximum of matching 5%. If you opt-in to long term disability, they pay for your short-term. Lots of FREE classes over a wide-variety of topics and a lot include free lunch. Bad: PTO is pretty mediocre. Vacation starts at 2 week per year. After working for 5 YEARS, you gain a week. Same at 10 years, 15 years, and 20 years.
They offer health, dental vision coverage that is good but not cheap, 401(k) etc.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.