Benefits begin day 1 of employment! So many options and affordable plans.
It was an average benefits package for a company of their size. Not sure of the employee cost for Medical as I am sure it changed, but it was reasonable when I was there.
Good medical, dental, vision, vacation and 401k. Only stock grants to senior execs and people liked (but not necessarily performers.
Match on first 5%, extremely rich medical plans with low premiums, start vacation at 3 weeks, separate sick plan, amazing ESPP program including a 2 year look back.
Generous ESPP Program and offers tuition reimbursement.
company will pay $200 per year towards gym membership.
Comprehensive package of benefits available!
The best part is the three weeks of vacation time per year.
Six-months ago we learned that my wife had a rare form of cancer that requires many diagnostic tests, a team of oncological doctors, chemotherapy, multiple surgeries, and radiation treatments. I needed to quickly get-to-action to understand how we would afford this, determine my work-life balance, and ensure that my wife had the chance to live we want her to have. I'd not chosen Bottomline as an employer for their medical benefits coverage but due to their market opportunity in a very competitive payments solution market. I made a great choice, if I only use the benefits to evaluate the company. Why? I selected the family medical plan available to any employee knowing that I would pay my employee share, the co-pays, and family/individual deductibles. Since we never anticipated getting this news, I planned for the normal family benefits in my selection of medical benefits, like most employees, as they "come-with-the-role". I've always been fine with sharing in the benefit insurance costs as I know the employer pays the majority - the same here. Our immediate reaction was how much beyond our coverage would be covered and what financial means it would take to ensure my wife got healthy. My reaction was it didn't matter how much I'd personally need to spend - even if all our retirement & personal savings would be needed - like most husbands, I'm sure. What I learned by talking with our head of human resources is that the company's medical plans would assure that our costs would be manageable financially, the work-life balance would not be an issue, and that if we needed anything - just ask for help. This was more true than words can communicate here. We haven't had any financial hardship and the work-life balance has been a back&forth process where some weeks I'm drawn away from work and when possible, I'm getting my role done. I've never chosen a company due to benefits but this "life experience" taught me that what "further distinguishes Bottomline" is an offering of medical benefits that anticipates what you need...since few of us plan for this type of illness / disease...who would. If you are looking for a great company for role, compensation, and career purposes - this is a great place. However, if you are reading this - ask yourself, "Should I or can i be planning for the unknown for my family and what will the benefits of the company support if I get the bad news?". I know personally what Bottomline has provided for our family thru just our Benefits: 1) Hope - as it's given my wife the ability to seek all the treatments she needs to full-recovery; 2) Financial Stability - not requiring us to spend our life savings; and 3) Work-Life Balance - supporting us thru the 6-months to-date and knowing the next 6+-months will be more of the same support from the team I work for & with. Nothing in life is certain...but we can certainly make choices that anticipate what we haven't planned for - I'm lucky I chose Bottomline.
Great benefits package with a variety of health insurance plans. Generous 401K match. PTO decent and comparable to other companies.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.