The benefits have been going away since the the company was sold to a private equity in 2017. The best part is they still offer tuition reimbursement.
United Healthcare PPO with HMO option. FSA. 2 weeks paid paternity leave, 6 weeks paid maternity leave and can take up to 12 weeks.
401k match only given annually Good healthcare UHC Wellness Reimbursement
Best is the robust health plan, with low deductibles and affordable employee contributions to premiums. Worst is 401k employer match that isn’t deposited until 12/31 of each year. If you leave employment before the last day of the year, you don’t get any of your match for that entire prior year.
Medical insurance is one of the best i have had
401k policy change. No continued education
The abundance of benefits is overwhelming. It looks like they really look to take care of their employees & that is very refreshing.
Worst - 401k match moved to annual, bonus being transitioned to annual, rapidly rising insurance premiums year over year, tuition reimbursement was cut in half with no communication, half day Friday summer hours are a thing of the past Best - they haven't whacked the $400 wellness reimbursement (yet)
The 401k match used to be a lot higher, and they changed it without informing employees.
Core benefits (401, insurance, etc) are great. Tuition refund is good but could be better for select graduate level programs
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.