Typical benefits package for full-time employment.
only 10 days PTO / 5 sick days per year... option to work remotely rarely approved by management
No formal annual review and evaluation
Good health insurance package that the amount you pay is based on your salary. 401k match Stock purchase option at 15% discount, stock is doing very well
The average 401k plan like any other job.
Benefits are goods. They offer matching 401K. Offer FMLA leave as well as short term leave benefits. They have lots if different elective benefits that will fit everyone's needs.
Your out of pockey for medical is to high to cover based on you salary. The 401K requires 5 years before the companies contribution is actually yours. Although its apoears to be a big package your paying a majority of it and them paying again out of pocket. It was less expensive for me to not use the insurance and just pay out of pocket for my chiropractor visits. Pay co pay of 1500.00 and then pay 30% of bill, or pay 65 1st visit and 40 thereafter. I only go 2 times a year, go figure.
Decent 401k match. Access to gym at no expense. Vacation/sick days are respectable. Offers company stock at a discount. Medical is solid, with opportunities to earn dollars into your health reimbursement account. Plenty of opportunities to move amongst the company.
Worst part about the benefits package was only offering 2 weeks vacation. This is a dated model and they are trying to bring in a young culture for their workforce. They need to extend this package to atleast 3 weeks.
Full Coverage Benefits, Discounted Employee Stock Purchase Program
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