Benefits were great at a fair price to employees.
They are not what they used to be. They are not terrible but nothing like the good ole days.
Good benefits but still outdated compared to Industry. No work from home policy, no paternity/maternity leave, insurance cost really high
Great match, above average compared to other companies
The health care here is so poor that I take mine from my husband. Salaries are low and promotion decisions are made based on favoritism rather than merit.
vacation is subpar compared to other companies. 401k, health insurance are ok.
Many discount packages available on a wide variety of items. 401K match and quarterly bonuses are still being offered.
The benefits program was greatly reduced and cost more out of employees pockets while I was there.
PROs: offers medical and dental insurance, up to 5% 401K matching, 10 paid holidays, unlimited sick days, and up to $20,000 per year tuition reimbursement program CONs: no vision insurnace, and if your spouse works and spouse's company offers insurance, then you cannot add your spouse to your insurnace;
health insurance for salary is the worst it can be. 8k out of pocket, 24K out of network. pay $250/mo for that! no retirement benefit at all
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.