Consumer driven health plan has allowed company to keep premiums flat for employees 3 years out of the past 4, which is unheard of. Additionally, company deposits between 1 and 2 thousand dollars annually into participating employees' HSA accounts.
Benefits are not that great. They just sold out to another company so maybe they will get better. They do offer education assistance
Company paid HSA was nice, it's better to be a non-smoker as your premiums are less and the company paid HSA is better. Medical/Vision/Dental are pretty standard 401(k) was substandard.
You get the regular 2 weeks vacation when you start plus 6 sick days. You have to wait until the 5 year mark until you get three weeks of vacation and then you're tapped out. Health benefits are OK but premiums seem a bit high. There is a 401k match on 50% of up to 4% of your salary so that's not too bad. Free short term and long term disability. Bonuses are only given to executive management. They used to give bonuses to everyone but no more. Christmas Eve and New Years Eve are not paid holidays but Black Friday is, how weird is that. They make you take vacation/personal time on those holidays anyway because they are usually closed as is the rest of America (except retail of course). Acton's benefits are better than nothing but certainly nothing to write home about. Oh, they also included 2 community service days as a paid benefit this year. Whoopee. People with laptops are allowed to work from home.
My salary was a good salary until I realized what was wrong with this company and vacation package was nice but then I couldn' t use my time
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.