They give you a $30,000 life insurance plan for free. Health insurance was expensive, though covered all needs. Two weeks off to start, as well as 8 paid holidays per year. 401k after 6 months.
ATL provides the very minimum - Health insurance (with very high deductibles), dental insurance, 401k, two weeks time off and pet insurance. They do not offer maternity leave (have to pay extra for disability). They do not provide benefits in the form of a gym membership, child care, volunteer time off, tuition assistance, family medical leave, or even company social events. If you are looking for a company who does not even do the bare minimum of rewarding their employees with a Christmas party, then this is the company for you.
The 401k is worthless. A neglible % match
Standard for a company this size. Provider changes nearly every year.
You start as a permanent employee from day one, get 80 hours time off per year, 30 life insurance, medical, dental, vision, and 401K
Possibly the only good thing to say is that they exist. Healthcare benefits are a joke, bereavement is 1 day for the death of the father, and dental/eye are pretty much bottom of the barrel.
I think this is a pretty typical benefits package. I'm satisfied. I've been a poor graduate student for a long time, so I'm a biased and very appreciative of what I have now.
Health insurance premiums are pricey compared to coverage
PTO is earned on a weekly basis. Almost half of the PTO is used up when the client is closed for a holiday that ATL doesn't pay you for. Insurance benefits are below average. Hourly pay is very low and only about 60% of what non-contractors make in the same role.
THE CEO tried to find a way NOT to give benefits and now makes sure they are the worse he can pay for. He doesn't care about anyone.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.