Unlimited time off isn't really unlimited. Certain managers use their discretion to tell you "no" or promote a culture of fear of asking for time off, so people take less than when we used to earn it.
Decent retirement plan, and allowed to work from home sometimes.
401K, "unlimited" vacation (limited to 2 weeks)
It's about the same as most employer plans. Option to choose PPO or HMO. Really good maternity/ paternity plan. Helpful team.
They offer a very comprehensive package which includes unlimited vacation, 401K matching, tuition reimbursement, medical, dental and vision for employee, spouse dependents and/or significant other and much more.
Best thing is that we have a gym available to our use at anytime, 401k matches, Learning and development opportunities, 3 months paid leave for new parents including adoptive parents, insurance covers excellent healthcare options. Perks are Core Hours, Unlimited paid vacay, a Shakeology bar, fully stocked kitchen with assorted milk options, shake mix, fruit and snacks. Worst part not every employee can take advantage of all perks.
401k, Unlimited PTO, dental, eye and health insurance. Snacks and shakes are available daily. Gym and showers for working out with yoga classes
When hire I was told there were yearly bonuses up to 10% of your income. Evidently that became too expensive for the company so they placed this "Meet your yearly OKR goals" restriction on how much you could receive as a bonus. And one year we didn't get that bonus at all, instead, we got layoffs for two years in a row.
Average package options - nothing exceptional
Great Healthcare, sufficient days off and vacation hours for both hourly and salary based employees
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