For more than 40 years, we've been building a business designed to help people take control of their financial futures. The same applies to our people. That’s why we invest in our employees and their futures, providing them with a valuable benefits package that not only helps them stay healthy, but also gives them complimentary financial advice.
There is nothing wrong with the benefits package. Please stop asking me dumb questions and let me end this insanity.
High deductible health insurance - $5500 out of pocket up front is a lot to swallow. The HSA is a great offset, and the company throws in up to $1550 on your behalf (with health screenings and reimbursement for gym memberships). Just be careful about medical bills in the first 3 months.
Benefits are competitive and they contribute a large portion into our HSA every year which accounts for 90%+ of the deductible.
OT was very helpful.
Decent match. High deductible, but that's not unusual today. Advice for investments is probably the best thing going.
Very standard benefits, high deductible HSA etc
Overall decent comprehensive benefits. 4 weeks sabbatical for every 5 years employed. On the down side: Vacation policy is not very generous - 2 weeks/year to start, then 3 weeks with higher seniority/tenure. Same with paid holidays - they only do the major holidays (no Good Friday, Veterans Day, etc.) A few years ago health insurance moved to high deductible plan with HSA, which has negatively impacted many employees. They can be pretty stingy. Up until recently, they did their 401K match in a lump sum at the beginning of the year, which hurts the employee - you would have expected more from a profitable company that's in the 401K business.
Work from home flexbility, amazing health insurance and medical beneifts
The best is the sabbatical which is 4 weeks of paid time off on top of vacation after every 5 years of service. The offering of PPO and HMO health benefits, PPO and DMO dental benefits and vision with employer contribution (limited dollar amount) is average to below average. Starbucks has better selection of providers. Everything else is generic. The employee cost goes up every year. Vacation and sick days are separated which is a good thing.
Best thing: time off for tenured employees. Health insurance is high deductible. Vision, legal and other miscellaneous benefits are ok, but providers are ranked poorly.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.