Doctors offices always say you have really good insurance. However, I feel like the premiums are going up but the co-pays are as well.
Every year they take some away and healthcare gets more expensive.
Pay is average for the industry
You are eligible for tuition reimbursement from day 1 of employment. Reimbursement of up to $5300 per year.
6 holidays off per year, plus 4 floating holidays to take as you wish, plus 12 PTO days. Affordable insurance across the board, plus a lot is covered, good 401k contributions.
the worst thing is that they change the package to benefit the company bottom line, at the expense of the employee.
The benefits are ok, very similar to the average company on the market. Day one benefits begin, however, work from home benefits do not begin until your manager is comfortable with your work. Also, there is a specific policy about work from home, you are not allowed to switch laundry while at home, and must sign a document that contains all of the necessary rules.
The Benefit cost are competitive to market but the PTO of two (2) weeks is not ideal for a professional with many years of experience
The best thing is the flexibility to work off site. The worst thing is not having a 3-week PTO accrual package and/or a 9/80 work week which I had at the last 2 companies I worked at. However, the there are 4 floating Federal Holidays which is a nice choice.
Employees receive 4 floating holidays above and beyond holidays and PTO
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