Time off and a free education are unmatched. Health insurance is decent.
Great benefits - lots of variety for you to choose from
Best benefits: 80 hours of PTO from day 1 and 120 hours after your first year Unlimited tuition assistance on degree and certificate programs Food trucks and catering service Community outreach projects and company outings Most holidays off Free vision insurance Casual wear environment Fun and engaging games (corn hole toss, basketball, jenga, etc.) On site car wash and dry cleaning services Adequate pay Mental health awareness and outreach programs including company wide seminars and free counseling for marriage, family, mental health, etc. Work/life balance programs teaching how to manage stress, budgeting, and time management Physical health programs including boot camp classes, 1-on-1 personalized health education meetings and company wide physical health education seminars. Also, gym membership discounts. Discounts on major retailers cell phone plans (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc) 401K match 50% up to 6% Paid maternity leave Other Benefits: Healthcare- expensive with a high deductible Dental AD&D LTD-no short term available Voluntary Life Insurance
They do try to think of creative ways to offer different benefits to employees. Some seem to be more successful than others. The health insurance options used to be really good, now they are just average. It's great that people get 2 weeks of PTO and can contribute to their 401(k) from day one, and you aren't chained to the company for a certain amount of time after completing a degree.
Great perks, amazing opportunities for continued education
The benefits is the best thing about working at Bisk. No downside.
Health insurance, 401k, daily food trucks on site
Bisk has a decent benefits package compared to some other local companies. Great perks: 1. Offer maternity and paternity leave (4 weeks). 2. Two weeks of PTO from day one. 3. Ability to work from home a certain number of times per week. 4. Company does offer decent matching for your HSA. 5. From what I've heard, some departments get their choice of a Mac or Windows laptop from day one. 6. Good tuition assistance policy with no payback period as long as you earn a passing grade. 7. Wellness initiatives throughout the year. 8. Company holiday party was brought back again, but with profits languishing this past year especially, this might get axed again. But it was nice to mingle with other employees in a relaxed social setting. Areas of opportunity with the perks: 1. Not all departments can work from home. 2. Not all departments get their choice of a Mac or Windows laptop - if you are one of *those* departments, you get stuck with an old, ancient desktop that can't handle the amount of work you need to do on it so it constantly freezes up or crashes on you. Please update the technology for all of your employees. 3. They try and say how great the health insurance is, but honestly it really isn't spectacular. 4. Company opens up this new area called "1971" that looks cool with beer on tap, but then within a couple months of opening it, they have a knee-jerk reaction because of an isolated incident after normal work hours and now they have a lock on the beer taps at all times except for "special occasions" - whenever those are. This seems to happen a lot where they dangle this cool perk in front of you, then take it away. 5. Offer a paid volunteer day off for employees to give back time in the community. It would really work well with their whole "Bisk for the Better" initiative.
The old Benefits ( current) are great! However they have decided in their infinite wisdom to go to an HSA, which wouldn't be bad if they didn't add in their contributions bi-weekly or what we want to contribute bi-weekly. Doing it that way means no one will ever afford going to see a physician or purchase medication. They claim it's because of a huge spike in the claims this past year, ok I understand that but do they? Did they stop and think because Mr Bisk was on the Insuance plan his claims are part of the cost or the fact that they are now paying for women/men to have maternally leave so several woman had babies this past year which increased the claims. Nope I bet they didn't so everyone else pays! Well my family has said that if I can't afford medication or medical treatment and something happens to me they will seek legal counsel.
401(k) benefit is decent, but not great. Only half your contribution is matched up to 6%. Flexible work schedules are great. Some employees have negotiated work from home schedules but most are not allowed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.