Decent benefits. Reasonable deductible on health insurance. Nothing above and beyond. No company acknowledgement or support for parental leave. Best part of benefits is vacation policy is good after you have worked for a few years.
They had insurance, but I’ve had better coverage for less elsewhere. HR is difficult to deal even with the simplest of matters.
Health, Dental, Vision, 401k, Disability, discounts.
BD's 401k plan is okay but would benefit from a more generous employer match. The health and wellness benefits are nice; great comprehensive plan with options to customize to your individual needs. Plus, they offer voluntary accident/hospital/cancer coverage at a really nice price that boosts the regular medical plan. The company also pays a generous portion of the employee coverage and for dependent coverage for those who cover spouse/kids. Vacation accrues up to 80 hours the first year of employment and you get 40 hours of "wellness" time which can be used for anything; in all 3 weeks of paid time off the in the first year is nice. Paid holidays are pretty standard, and the industry discounts are also super cool. All in all, a good package.
The best part of the benefits at Black Diamond are that time-off for outdoor pursuits can be flexible depending on your manager. Late arrivals during good snow or other days are possible and frequently utilized, provided you get an OK first. You need to put your time in regardless, but flexible arrival and departure times are possible.
The gear discount is awesome, if that's your thing, and we get pretty good discounts at climbing gyms around town. The healthcare and 401k benefits are nothing special.
The health insurance was not great for me. I wish more things were offered, like: health and wellness incentives or childcare, or maternity and paternity leave!
Mediocre at best. 401k was nice.
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