Office perks, work from home, pretty good PTO and sick days - 5 sick days all year and starting PTO of 10 going up to 20
Best thing is working from home. That's it
Fine, need to hit a meeting each year. Takes time out of the day and not too competitive based on indstry
Decent health insurance, good 401K package once you're fully vested, managers are generally flexible about PTO. Base pay is often not ideal, especially in competitive markets.
Health insurance, 401K , opportunity for additional freelance pay, opportunities to earn additional time off, after-hours work events.
Health is Blue Cross PPO with good copays and $3K deductible. Very good Dental + Vision options as well. Very good prices too. 401K was matched 100% up to 3% and then 50% up to 5% (so contribute 5% of your pay and the company matches you 4%). Sick time and PTO are pretty average: 1 of each accrued per month. Great work/life balance. "Summer Hours" mean you get to leave at 3:30 on Fridays all summer. VERY liberal work-from-home options. Overall, pretty strong benefits offering I feel.
Overall very good benefits including excellent health insurance. Would be great to be able to bring the dog to the office!
They are quite good and getting better.
The benefits package is really weak. It is not an issues for me as I am just out of college and do not need expensive healthcare options but for some older employees I have heard they are not happy with the options.
Very limited time off and had to be approved a good amount of time in advance. However the company was pretty open about working from home, as long as all the work was completed.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.