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“Company match available on part of the first 5% of your contribution. Fidelity manages the plan and seems to do a good job. ”
“Pretty good insurance, it becomes relatively cheap when you perform your annual biotmetric screening and you are a non-smoker/tobacco user.”
“Ample Personal Days (vacation) that is front loaded at the beginning of the year. Also, there is federal holiday pay and accrued sick leave. Too bad there is no option for PTO cash out.”
Insurance is okay not great. Time off is better than most.
Decent health insurance and generous PTO
Excellent time off benefits
The number of options and they paid into your 401k
Pros: Benefit package is decent : 401(k), health insurance (with rewards) , front-loaded PTO, sick leave, remote work (if possible). Cons: Salaries are average- they haven't had a merit increase in 3 years. There is no option to cash out your PTO balance. They removed the tuition assistance program and there is no professional development training.
You get a ton of personal and vacation days right off the bat. Sick days are also available. In my experience it is encouraged you actually use them, not just let them go to prove your worth to a company. They want you to be happy.
heath perks, benefits. Too many layoffs, no transparency in management.
Full benefits, there were bonuses but they basically disappeared, not enough pay for the workload.
For a healthcare organization, the benefits are very expensive. There are many offerings but it's too expensive to purchase most of them. They do give you a certain amount for a flexible spending amount, but if you have young children who go to the doctor frequently or a chronic health condition, you're going to pay a great deal out of pocket.
The dental and vision had good coverage but medical premiums were very high for type of insurance with high deductibles
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