Great benefits, overall. They offer almost everything it is in the market. They need more Professional Development and being clear about Working from Home.
Great paid-time off. They have matching 401K plans. Health, Vision, and Dental plans to choose from and family plans.
10 vacation days (15 after 5 years and 20 after 10), 2 personal days, 5 sick days, 10 holidays. Health insurance premium is expensive but the company help lower the out of pocket. Gym membership reimbursement.
Good medical plan. With a third party company in play, your out of pocket amount is low. Paid time off includes vacation days, sick days, personal days.
The best thing is that they offer a Roth 401K. It's nice because I'm just starting my career and intend to be in a higher tax bracket when I retire. The worst is that they don't offer any match for 401K deposits. Also, the cost of the insurance is through the roof. Plus, there is no maternity leave. You must take short term disability.
Company match on the 401(k) is not a certainty, medical benefits are very expensive for the coverage
The health insurance is not bad, they reimburse you quite a bit of it for the basic plan, although it is a bit of a headache to get the reimbursement done - this is not Benchmark's fault, it is just that dealing with the administator of the plan can take a lot of time. But it is worth it.
Health, dental, and vision insurance is available for you, your family, and your spouse or domestic partner. There is no additional fee on top of paying for each person, unlike at some companies. There are 401k and ROTH IRA. Pre-tax commutation is nice. There are no bonuses.
fine package, but it didn't offset the toxic work environment
Profit sharing is good ... they have been profitable and have put aside a fair amount for that. It takes 5 years to be fully vested in it though.
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