The benefits package is non-negotiable, at least for a non-tech employee. They offer 14 days of PTO up front and then after your first year you get 15 days. Not sure why they do that. There are 7 holidays a year with 2 floating holidays. They do have an onsite gym that is really nice and they offer classes during the lunch hour. Also onsite is a cafeteria so if you forget your lunch you have somewhere to grab a quick bite to eat. Food is decent and well priced if you know what to get.
3 wks vacation to start, maxing at 4 weeks at 7 years. Standard 401k match. Many other benefits continue to be eliminated or decreased year after year. With as large as Arrow is you would expect lower insurance costs and additional employee benefits but being a public company the concern is with shareholders.
For a large company benefits are minimal, health care is expensive. Big push towards HSAs.
They have average benefits. Average going cost. There's really no best/worst that stands out.
There are no benefits for interns.
Vacation time and 401k are nice. Health benefits are ok.
The health benefits have very high deductibles. The dental insurance is more expensive than Covered California. It's great to have these benefits, but each year the prices and the deductibles went up and the coverages went down. The good thing was they had some extra perks like legal services and long term disability insurance; life insurance was also pretty good as well as PTO.
Have a decent benefits package. Unfortunately they no longer offer the sabbatical program and tuition assistance.
It is a very competitive benefits package. No one item stands out, but the HSA plan was a good fit for my situation.
They don't offer any tuition assistance or reimbursement. Their out of pocket cost for benefits is high for what you get.
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