Lots of flexibility, Summer of Love company events and additional time off.
Good time-off plans; summer of love is great; 401k match is decent; health insurance plans are very expensive
As a contractor, you receive absolutely no benefits. While some people may say that contractors should not receive benefits, some do.
Health benefits could be better. Nice having a HSA. 401K is solid. Vacation days given are good, but no sick days allocated. Company believes in employee engagement & recognition-- rewards by give points to be used for travel or to redeem for catalog items. For those who work out of home office, more perks such as bbqs, free lunches, activities...Summer of Love---get a half day off every other friday from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Health Insurance/HSA -- high deductible plan. Limited coverage at an expensive price. Vacation/time-off benefits are pretty, pretty, pretty good.
Benefits are on the weak side for a company this size. They have tried to keep costs from going up the past year or so, but the provider they use is a otal pain to deal with. The employee time it takes to deal with their health insurance is unacceptable.
The benefits go beyond the standard benefits companies provide, such as "Summer of Love". It tends to be a great way to build employee relationships and the company to say "Thanks for your effort and hard work".
Very limited and basic - 401K, health insurance (expensive and high deductibles!), okay vacation (personal, sick and vacation bundled) and that's about it. Don't look for any training or education reimbursement here. Even basic office and first aid supplies are pretty sparse. No company supplied phones or other devices here - the expectation is that you will use your personal cell for every day business, but they do arrange for discounts on IPADs . All in all, people don't work here for the benefits.
the benefits were great and reasonable
Company seems to think that health insurance is awesome, but at 800 per month for health dental and vision, I can't afford to go to the doctor. It's like a second mortgage!
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