The bright and highly driven professionals on our team deserve to be rewarded for their efforts. We oblige with competitive compensation and numerous benefits possibilities -- both tangible and intangible.
401k match 6%. Depending what your account is and role, flexible hours and work from home.
The benefits are pretty good. They offer an HSA and 401(k), and they contribute $500 per year to the HSA. The 401(k) plan is gradually getting better, but still has a way to go. They do not allow employees to contribute after tax non-Roth up to the $54k federal max, and they don't allow in-service withdrawals. So no mega-backdoor Roths here, which is a disappointment because there are many well-compensated employees. Time off is great - all the holidays plus 15 days a year to start. Employee discounts at 24 hour fitness.
I really like the Infertility Coverage even though it is limited.
Benefits weren't that great. Health insurance was rather expensive and did not cover much. I had to pay out of pocket a substantial amount for the birth of my children.
Pro: Discounts with cars and certain phone companies Cons: Not great medical coverage with a high deductible
Price Tag was was relatively cheap, and the benefits in terms of health insurance were pretty good.
I didn't work for the company long enough to ascertain benefits, but the company culture was very inclusive and the workplace provided the necessary facilities to make work enjoyable.
I liked the roll over for FSA, and you can use it for taxes when using it for daycare.
PTO time increases every few years are good, Health package decent, some 401k matching as well. The HSA option is very helpful to supplement Cigna insurance.
There isn't any thing that stands out at all. The company that we worked for before was far superior
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