Alarm.com offers competitive pay and a generous benefits package starting on day one of employment including 100% paid medical for employees, a health savings account option with company contribution, waiver allowance, 401(k) with employer match, paid holidays, paid time off starting at 4 weeks and increasing with tenure and paid maternity/paternity leave. We offer a casual dress work environment, annual company retreat, gym subsidy, education assistance program, and in-suite bike racks and showers.
There is 10% 401k matching up to 5k a year, they have 3 different medical insurance options(one of which includes an HSA), vision, and dental plans. They offer $20/a month for employees with gym memberships to help. Everything is clearly explained and there a HR on staff to help make decisions or plans. There is an Employee Equipment Purchase program to set up and get Alarm.com systems and devices, $2000 of Education assistance. The benefits are just amazing here.
Health insurance is subsidized, 401k employer match vests after 5 year, 4 weeks total PTO (sick and vacation).
The company provides employees with a waiver if they have insurance elsewhere--eg, through a spouse, which benefits me as that's my situation (and I like his benefits better). Vacation and sick time are standard seeming, and the perks are GREAT. 401k is okay--I'd love if they'd match at a higher rate, but if choosing between the medical benefits and this, I'll stick with how it is.
Best: 401K, incentives Worst: Health Insurance
offers bimonthly paid medical insurance
Comparable vacation allowance and accrual, middle range 401K match, decent medical and health coverages, and relatively flexible work policies depending on department.
Fairly average benefits package, nothing lacking too much but also nothing above and beyond industry norms. Decent program for purchasing shares of company stock at a discount.
Great 401K match, vacation, and paid time off.
Bad health insurance but fully paid monthly cost. 401k match is poor as well. Dental coverage is slightly below average.
401k matching is pretty low and sick days do not roll over, making everyone take off a lot of time the last couple of months in the year. Parental leave is abysmal for fathers. Regardless, company events, insurance plans, and opportunity to learn is great.
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