best thing is paid maternity leave but worst thing is that there are strict stipulations on accessing it.
Good vaca package for the employees.
High deductible. Everything goes to deductible until it is met. Not happy with the benefits at all.
Very low 401k match You have to pay for your own short term disability coverage. This is the first large employer I worked for where this was not provided by the employer. Health Insurance options could be improved. High deductibles, high co-pays and coverage not as rich as it could be. PTO time not as competitive until you are with the company for two years.
Generous PTO starts accruing after only 30 days
I was initially hired as LTE, which was not explained to me until the first day of my employment. I was disappointed, but the position was more critical than the benefit package at the time. I was able to convert to FTW within 6 months. The package I currently enjoy is generous with PTO. The vision and dental insurance are impressive. The health insurance is less than ideal but does offer SEVERAL options. The 401k is *slightly* above average.
Most of it. Health insurance is expensive and even more so for families but coverage is poor to fair at best. 401k is just OK- definitely room to invest more in employees. PTO is 3 weeks for new hires up to 2 years and increases a week at year 3. Sounds dcent, but all time (PTO and sick) is rolled into 1 so it goes pretty quick. Tuition reimbursement is low and only for graduate degrees, not professional certifications, etc. That would equally enhance personal and company development.
Health insurance plans that have reasonable premiums are high deductible plans that have a lot of out of pocket cost. Vacation time is reasonable along with the 401k. For the on-site employees, there are some nice events and perks but the virtual employees are often excluded from additional perks. There have been items sent in the mail such as stickers and balloons which honestly seems a bit silly.
401k, lots and lots of vacation, flexibility taking time off - I don't like that they outsource their HR so it's hard to get ahold of anyone with questions
It was really flexible. I can't really recall the benefits package, but overall I was not complaining.