It seems like there are probably only a few benefits that they don't offer. Besides the decent 401k match, they pick up about 90% of the employee health insurance. The 401k is through John Hancock and there's like 150 investment options. The health insurance, it's a very good plan through United Healthcare with a top network. I use the PPO but there is a HSA option. They also pay 100% of STD, LTD and Telemedicine (one of my fav's), you can call for prescriptions and don't have to go in to see a doctor. Also, pretty crazy but they have a huge gym for employees. It's mostly cardio but has a bunch of machines and great stretching area. The weights are pretty small but, I guess it's maybe for liability? Ironically, in the employee lounge they have free soda, Gatorade, coffee/tea/hot chocolate, etc, which seems like if you do drink that stuff, you need to use the gym! I think worth mentioning is that they also have a professional masseuse that comes in probably once a month (if not more) and they give free chair massages. A lawyer is onsite (Fred) and he gives discounted personal legal services to employees. I think the EAP has legal advice feature, but I have never used it. It also seems as though there are pets here once a week or so, mostly dogs, but it's a very pet-friendly place to work. They do allow for paid charity time, a lot with Feed My Starving Children and the Ronald McDonald House. BTW- Every friday is casual day yeah! . . . (but you have to contribute $1 to the charity fund (I guess that's not too bad of a compromise)! Some of the long-timers here get like 5 or more weeks of PTO. It's not Google, but most places you work are'nt, but overall there are great benefits; at least better than other employers that I have ever worked for.
* 401K Match - very low @ 2% * Insurance is not good, employer covers most of the employee cost but none of dependents causing your per pay deduction (for medical only) to be over $250! * FSA is offered once you have been with the company for a year. * Quarterly 10-minute massage by local vendor * Casual Day fund is not pre-tax (but is used for charities so employer gets the tax break) * Encouraged to participate in 'team-building' activities but it's unpaid and you need to have someone cover you (people don't like covering for you) * Encouraged to participate in charity events but also unpaid and you need to find someone to cover you (people don't like covering for you) * Dog-friendly * Kid-friendly * Absolutely NO work from home opportunities (unless the owner really likes you and you give him an ultimatum) - this should be an option on some days, it is not always necessary to be in the office to get work done. * Just added a small gym for use before, during, or after work hours
401k match of 2%, Christmas bonus, Halloween party and great prizes though there is pressure to dress up. Employer pays most of employee medical, dental, and vision but you most of employee. FSA is available after you've been there a year. Minimal company paid days off.
They provide comprehensive benefits package.
Company provides a full benefits package and pays a substantial portion of the individual employee benefits and additional benefits offered. 401k plan with a company match. PTO benefits equal to or better than many San Diego companies.
The 401k match is very generous.
They have vision and dental
Company pays for high deductible health plan, STD/LTD and dental. Offers vision and buy up life at employee's expense. No 401k match progam.
Benefits do not cover much. No christmas bonuses, parties or others.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.