Good benefits package. healthcare and insurance can be improved by providing more options.
The benefits package was average for a staffing firm. I have seen worse and I have seen better. The HSA was a great supplement for extra medical costs that the company contributed to annually.
401 K match and insurance benefits are not great
pay is comparatively less thank most other companies
Terrible 401k, eligible for contacts every 24 months which is bad, work from home is only perk
the best was that there were plenty of employee discounts everywhere and the worst was that it was not enough. Also maternity leave sucks
High deductible health plan, basically nothing (including prescriptions) is covered until you reach $1500 ind/$3000 family, then covered only at 80%. Company does contribute about half of your deductible into your HSA account. OK if you're young and healthy but think twice if you have any sort of chronic health condition you manage. In my instance, my average yearly health costs mean I just meet the deductible in December, which does no good.
The worst thing about the package is there is not much within your maternity leave for the new father to give him the opportunity to stay home to help with the baby
Only offers high deductible plan and no ABA benefits for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Time off is mediocre. Health plan is a running joke. 401k match may as well not exist.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.