The benefits are expensive for the pay range of this particular position, but it is a program position, so temporary until you move into the ALO program after 3 - 4 months.
I felt the benefits at Cardinal were overall very generous, and was never concerned with if I was getting taken care of. I think my only critique(s) would be 401k matching. I *think* the 401k matching is just under the national average match, BUT you still get a 401k and HSA (if selected) and they do contribute to both. Plus, I feel like the PTO is very generous. I personally have been able to rollover the maximum of 40 hours each year. Cardinal is also very remote-friendly, and my entire department officially became full-time remote as of November 2019.
401k match and paid time off are positives. This is a medium sized company, so the cost of healthcare is a little higher than some of the larger businesses I have worked for. However, the cost is reasonable, and the variety of offerings is more than adequate
401k is the usual matching with vesting. Health insurance is okay, all three choices in the plan are good, but no real cheap option for some who would want that. I love the high end plans for myself, but that only tweaks that could be made. Lots of holiday and vacation days
It is affordable and they match what you contribute no complaints here.
The benefits are very competitive with the local market.
Variety of health care options
The benefits Cardinal has to offer are fantastic, offsetting some of their shortcomings (some, not even close to all).
Above average health benefits
I wish there was more Paid Time Off.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.