I did one term Co-Op from August to December 2015. My base pay was good enough for me. I was paid bi-weekly on Fridays. You get the pay depending on your current degree (Masters or Bachelors) and having a work experience is an advantage as It will finally land you more pay.
Blackberry phone, coffee room with video games, fun day hang outs, good benefits and 401(k)
The best if the 401k match up to 4%. Stock purchase plan you get 10% discount of the stock price. The worst The stock purchase plan is only once a quarter for the price at the end of the quarter, so if the stock is high you don't get benefits during the other two month when maybe it was low in the price
Base salary and vacation days and holidays
competitive salary and good benefits, bonuses till 2013
Excellant 401k and vacation benefits
401K plan with 5% match Decent health care plan, but employees pay about 20% of the premium Sick Days are not tracked ESPP is offered, but only 10% discount off the current price, there is no lookback.
The benefits are standard and probably a little less than what you would see from comparable size companies
Good healthcare and 401K matching.
Overall, benefits were OK, but they weren't stellar. I never really had to use my health insurance, but for big procedures, I know a coworker was fully covered for what they needed. Mat leave is a joke, as it is with most American companies - but especially galling when Canadian employees get the year off. Started with 15 days vacation per year + 3 flex personal days - 5 additional once you hit 5 years, or hit manager level, and another 5 in another 5 years. The number of public holidays off is pretty good, though - Columbus day, MLK jr day and Presidents day all count, as well as NY, Memorial day, Labor day, Thanksgiving & day after, Christmas.