Vacation time off is better than the industry average and 401k plan is also good with employer's contribution. Medical insurance is also good.
Slightly better/average compensation compared to direct competitors.
Flexible working hours, long working hours
There are no much benefits for the interns or co-op. They just hire the people for less pay and make you do all the stupid work.
decent perks, location is convenient, 401K is fine
Vacation accrues to 5 weeks starting at 3 one day per year worked. After 10 years that's nice. 401K matching.
Benefits are fine. 3 weeks of vacation to start. 1 vacation day is then added every year. I like holiday exchange program which allows to work some holidays and exchange them for vacation days. Sick days can be used for yourself or if caring for anyone sick in your family. Free gym is a big plus for me.
The health insurance is good and management is flexible and understanding about time off. Not much in the way off perks or other benefits. Management does not seems to support work from home policies, which is frustrating in the winter at times.
401K, 15 vaca, 5 sick
working hour is flexible. They are people do 7am - 4pm, and one do 10am - 7pm. So long as you got your job done on time.
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