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“Apptio is adding a 50% match on your first 6% starting in March 2020.”
“Regence BCBS. Two options - standard and high deductible. On standard you don't pay for employee premium. On high deductible they contribute to HSA so you kind of make money. ”
“20 Days PTO plus two floating holidays and two paid volunteer days. along with a standard 9 holidays. ”
Pretty typical coverage for a company of 500+.
Surprisingly good benefits for a small company. It's just gotten better over the years and it's never very expensive for pharmacy visits.
Amount of vacation days is good, and it's nice to have a separate pool of sick days. Company offers a 401K plan through Fidelity, but does *not* match contributions.
Decent overall, good medical insurance options (ppo, health savings account), a good amount of bank holidays observed.
Decent vacation time which starts out at 10 hours per month. Also get the standard amount of sick leave time at 8 hours per month. Dental and medical plans do leave something to be desired though.
Better than most start-ups. Not Cadillac, but very few places have these types of benefits anymore. I am sure HR works hard to keep costs reasonable. Don't envy what they have to do to manage costs year by year.
Very good health insurance and overall package is competitive in the market. They review their benefits on a yearly basis and make adjustments to improve the overall package.
They give a stock options plan and great healthcare coverage
Comp all-in is competitive; vacation and health insurance benefits seem at or above industry norm; nice and appropriate flexibility w/r/t work schedule
Comparable medical benefits to most Seattle tech companies. No 401(k) matching.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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