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“Decent benefits package, but nothing out of the ordinary. Certainly not enough to make up for the abysmal work environment.”
“Its decent by industry standard”
“I was told that as a father, there are only 1 or 2 days.”
Good health care options. Good optional Long Term Disability. Ok life insurance. 6% match after your first year. 20 days PTO total plus 9 federal and bank holidays. 5 sick days.
Its barely 9% p.a. after some points calculations, its far less than that
Amazing short term disability and parental / family care leave. Health benefits are high deductible, but seem to provide good coverage.
Benefits, including health insurance, and 401k, were industry-average. No flex time or WFH. Salary was decent, but not enough to make up for the forced overtime
give you money for holidays
Health Insurance, 401k matching. Paid vacations start at 15 days . Sick days. 2 day paternity leave. Free gym in the building.
They give pre taxed medical reimburesement, but it is valid for only a year. There is no work from home for bad weather days and no laptops are given
The benefits package here is pretty bare bones. While the medical insurance offered is competitive, the 401k match is weak and the perks are more or less non-existent.
Employees pay a lot for health insurance
Basic Benefits. Nothing Extraordinary. Maternity/Paternity is definitely not very favorable.
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