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“It’s a great experience thus far.”
“Having chose of three plans”
“The plan does offer maternity leave per MMLA and FMLA guidelines, (6 or 8 weeks) Pay is 60% after your first week of leave, you can supplement your leave with earned time but this is difficult because a lot of that may be used going to appointments prior. You have to pay your health insurance seperately to the employer while on short term disability. Overall, they meet the minimum requirements, but not much more. ”
Tuition reimbursement is an amazing benefit.
They are great to work for and have a great health plan. They offer an option of 3 or 4 different plans and at different prices. They also offer a lot of sick and paid time off. The only downside being most of their networks all focus mainly on providers in Massachusetts but have offices out if state.
Compensation does not commensurate with experience.
They offer a great ET benefit and competitive employee insurance plan. There is an ok tuition reimbursement program. They provide really great programs for professional development- such as a mentor program and educational sessions about changes in our industry .
Vacation time generous, pay is generous
Pretty good. 401 k match 4%. Std and Ltd paid. Good cafeteria with free coffee
Best - Earned Time, Premiums for medical, dental, and vision benefits, Tuition Reimbursement for any degree or certification related to any role (not just your own role) within the organization
salary is poor but some of the benefits are good
Health Insurance and Education Reimbursement benefits are great!
Recent upgrade in time off. Increased by another day per year. Excellent! Also moving many people to be work from home.
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