14 days of vacation along with reimburSment for mileage and cellphone package. Random but fun Millennial type benefits like pet insurance.
Best: A lot of time off (unofficial staff appreciation days are very plentiful) The rest of the benefits are only okay. Health insurance is decent, but not good for family/spouse coverage. 401k matches at 2.5%.
Time off is the best, many staff appreciation days
The amount of time off we receive is incredible, especially for a nonprofit. 401 k is matched up to 50% and we receive medical, dental and vision insurance.
It was a great place to work.
We get a great deal of additional time off on top of federal holidays and PTO
Pretty standard, with lots of time off, but only given at the CEO's discretion and not standardized.
It takes 2 years to be vested at all in the 401K. After 2 years you can only keep 20% of what the company matched in the 401K and it takes 6 years to be fully vested. I have a $5000 deductible for my insurance and I pay $160 per pay period toward the insurance. The positive is that many holidays are given throughout the year.
The benefits package is sufficient. The organization encourages using vacation days, etc, which is very nice and makes up for anything else people feel the package may be lacking.
Generally good insurance, however I've seen many doctor's offices not take dental.
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