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“The best thing about the healthcare plan is the level of coverage.”
“Draper recently switched to Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO (2 years ago). BCBS is much more restrictive on what prescription meds they will cover. Previously they had Harvard Pilgrim which I believe was better (covered more) just based on my own personal experience ( i have no major data).”
“Their matching contributions are the best around. One of the legacy traditions from their MIT roots I believe. ”
Excellent 401K contributions, paid time off for non-birthing parent.
401k, Dental, Childcare subsidy, Overall good health care benefits
Benefits are ok, they have open enrollment once a year.
Draper has excellent parental leave for non birthing parents.
Awesome benefits. 3 weeks vacation. great tuition reimbursement program.
Best - unlimited paid sick time and matching of 2:1 on retirement contributions. Worst - vacation accrues 2-3 hours a week depending on how much your annual allotment is. When you start, you have 0 vacation hours.
health insurance and 401K are both very good. vacation time is much less than other places, also limited investment into training
Awesome health insurance, unlimited sick time, almost free parking in Cambridge.
Total match of 10% with only 5% contribution. Start with 3 weeks vacation. Unlimited sick time.
Great retirement matching program, good medical/dental choices and rates, and an excellent vacation/leave/comp time policy
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