no complaints. I didn't use many of the benefits.
401k has a great percent match with 6% withdrawal from each check, insurance is to high, an vacation, and time off is excellent
401k which they have not matched the past few years, high deductible plan... life insurance and other benefits such as lawyer help etc. Fairly priced, poor deductibles...
health insurance only covered expenses after a $3000 yearly deductible. vacation was next to impossible to get; it depended on what was available after senior employees had chosen their time
Average 401K, but a good vacation package
High deductible plan, benefits depend on how well the company is doing and they get worse by the year. They do match your 401K though.
Only 5 paid holidays, but 5 personal days and 10 vacation days your first year. Working remotely is a nice perk but is at the discretion of immediate supervisor. Working remotely has meant nobody calls in sick anymore. You're just expected to work while sick at home. The health benefits are awful. Only super high deductible plans available. They are cheap plans at least. So that is a positive I guess. Someone young and healthy probably wouldn't mind.
You work for a healthcare company and somehow they have made the decision that the best thing for their employees is to offer health plan options that are actually WORSE than Obamacare. Also, they do not tell you whether or not they will be actually following through on their word of matching 2% on your 8% contribution to the 401K plan until AFTER the year is complete. Ridiculous.
Health insurance is about average for companies these days that still provide health insurance. In 2015 I was paying about $200 per month as a single person. I had a PPO plan.
They were using Cigna insurance, which was touted as the best but in truth is one of the worst insurances to have. I have family coverage and our experience with Cigna was terrible.