Avaya has always had a great benefits package--but, it has slimmed down in recent years--healthcare was previous paid 100, each year the deductibles are now getting bigger and bigger, but still very good benefits
Time off is great - if you are allowed to take it. The level of compensation is poor compared to other companies.
Health Care is pretty good - not the best I've ever seen, but pretty good.
Healthcare plans are expensive with high deductibles.
Pro: - Discretionary time off instead of fixed paid vacation days is a good thing if you have a manager who does not fuss about DTO and understands your need for it. - 401K match to 3% if the company makes the quarterly EBITDA targets. Avaya is fair about the information given to employees. Con: - Long before Avaya went to chapter 11, the employee benefits have been cut steadily to keep the bottom line looking good. While one can understand why this was done it is a slippery slope and has not been good for employees. - The networking BU was sold the the employees who were retained by the buying company got much better benefits. This shows that Avaya is well below the market accepted level for employee benefits.
Overall, the benefits package is consistent with other companies in the industry.
great benefits at the time
Avaya offers a wide range of benefits, but force employees to use high deductible medical plans.
Base Salary is above industry average. Company is going through Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing. This will jeopardize bonus payouts to employees in the future. Medical plus Dental. 401K match is based on company meeting financial targets.
Very pleased with the benefits package Healthcare for family very reasonable. Decent 401k with a match. Vision and dental legal.
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