When you join Blue Shield, you have access to some of the most comprehensive benefits and rewards in today's job market. And they're available from your first day of employment - another example of our commitment to making life easier and better. From our extensive benefits to our life-balancing programs, Blue Shield of California rewards you for your efforts.
All right f the benefits. Sabbatical, quiet room, bonuses lots of pto work from home adoption assistance tuition assistance walking treadmill desks cafe health programs
Good insurance and 401k options.
The best part of the benefits at Blue Shield of California is that you're encouraged, regularly, to use every benefit you have.
Overall benefit package was good.
Time off: 3 months paternity leave, 4 week sabbaticals every 5 years, 10 holidays per year, 28 PTO days per year after enough years (start out with 20).
Best: work life balance . Worst: maternity leave policy BSC recently changed their maternity and paternity policies (3 months fully paid). This is at par for paternity, but still behind not only the Bay area, but the national trend in most industries. In addition to being at the low end of a large company for time off, we really offer no additional perks. For comparison - Salesforce 26 weeks, Pinterest, Amazon, facebook, google, genentech, all 16+ and then perks like baby bonuses, discounts on child care, etc. Our policy is more at par with startups.... not other larger companies. Disappointing that this is the second time in recent years is been changed, and still lags behind the trends, especially for such an important time in an employee,' life.
Fair premiums, although you would think it would be even cheaper for their own employees.
Best: work from home Worst: No real perks for health insurance; sub-par mat leave even with change
No discounts on health insurance, no real perks to speak of
BSC Health plans offered to employees are worse than you get from other employers or the through Covered CA.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.