Solid offering for the size of company
I didn't receive any benefits because I was part-time. Which makes sense, but a little frustrating when I moved from part-time to full-time and I wasn't offered any benefits with the switch.
Best: they offer insurance Worst: The insurance they offer Insurance has been getting worse and worse and more expensive as the years go on. They now have a HSA plan, which when it was first presented the company contributed to your HSA account as part of the plan. Then out of no where, this past year they told us they were cutting it in half, and then next year they will contribute nothing. This was not told to us when we got the plan, even though they said we were told. So by them cutting what they contribute in half, and then not at all, that IS raising our personal cost for insurance. The HR people try to double talk us and make it seem like costs aren't going up, but when they are contributing less... someone has to pick up that cost, and it is the employee. Many employees are going to the doctor less now because it is so expensive when the bill arrives and insurance covered barely any of the cost.
PTO grows with seniority, no separate sick days, health insurance is on par with most companies of this size. 401k with small company match.
Appreciate the flexible work schedule. Health benefits keep getting less. Do not like HSA deductible.
Not enough of an employer match for 401K
As with most companies today due to the health care changes, I found that I was paying the majority of my health care costs.
Great benefits. Once again the company held off on increasing the amount the employee pays with no changes to the benefits. How many companies are doing this for 2016?
I think the benefits are fine, Im a single guy with no kids so my insurance is pretty basic.
401k is average, health insurance is average as well
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.