Time-off is a combination of vacation and sick time; so no separate allocation for each. However, most departments offers a work-from-home policy which adds a lot of flexibility to your work-life balance. Most offices locations contain on-site cafeteria, exercise gym, outdoor walking trails, recreation area (pool table and ping pong table) and an small medical clinic.
Pro's: - Health screening results can help to reduce your insurance premium - Gym reimbursements available - Maternity/Paternity leaves have been expanded, and Anthem just rolled out a new Caregiver leave program that offers partially paid leave to care for a sick family member Con's: - PTO is accrued on a rolling basis and really prevents you from amassing a large number of days off (they get rolled over to a short term disability bank) - Health insurance, like everywhere is getting more expensive with higher premiums and higher deductibles
The best two things are the onsite healthcare clinic and the higher education assistance (both traditional tuition reimbursement and free online classes through SNHU)
Anthem offers a full suite of benefits. Great PTO program.
Anthem will reimburse up to 5,000 dollars per year for education expenses.
The match 4% when you contribute 5% to the 401K. In addition they do this also on bonuses not just your regular salary.
The health insurance and 401K are pretty standard. You get a good amount of vacation and fathers get four weeks of paid paternity leave. Also, most employees can work from home a few days per week and the onsite gym is an awesome perk!
I love the benefits that I get from Anthem. The 401k, the life insurance, my health benefits. The paid time off really helps. The way they help you if you need more time off. I really love this company.
Vacation time is good, and they have a generous work-from-home policy. The most frustrating thing about their benefits package is that we pay way too much for too little health coverage...FROM A HEALTHCARE COMPANY.
Poor overall. 401k takes a while to vest, PTO is accrued at 5 hours every two weeks, the HSA is prorated (and you can't even spend it all due to fees), work at home is only available to a select few. Just your typical large corporation that has basic benefits.