Cirrus Logic offers its employees some of the best health and welfare programs available in the market today. As a committed partner in your health, Cirrus Logic absorbs a significant amount of the costs.
Wellness isn't just about walking the mall or occasionally slogging down a bowl of granola. Wellness is a way of life. It's comprehensive. It's big stuff, and it's about making good decisions to lead to a healthy and happier you. Our goal is to encourage and support anyone's desire to make healthy lifestyle choices. Cirrus Logic offers a wide variety of programs and information through partnerships with our health and wellness providers -- including our very own on-site med clinic in Austin!
The only thing I know about the benefit package in the company is that they are offering good deal of health insurance. For 401k and other stuff I didn't look into it.
good benefits package overall; Met my needs at the time.
Benefits are adequate. Same as most companies in Austin.
Great perks! Health insurance (HSA, FSA), Flexible Paid Time Off, snacks, weekly happy hours, relocation bonus, 401k
Good package. Nothing really wrong.
When the company does really well, we'll often get a special (expensive) gift around Christmas. There's also a monthly LIVE concert on the patio, or within walking distance on the popular 6th street.
Perks like happy hour, free snacks, free tickets to music festivals or concerts, family outings, 401k matching, health coverage with spouses and children
Good amount of time off offered from the start, flexible healthcare options including HSA options. Easy on-boarding process and excellent perks on-site including the Friday Happy Hours.
The best thing about Cirrus is the work-life balance and the fun activities. The health insurance premium is one of the lowest in industry. Health benefits are in line with others, but free generic maintenance drugs is nice.
Family care could be better. within the last year the maternity leave added 2 weeks of full pay on top of the standard 2/3rds pay for 6 weeks; and the paternity leave increase from 0 to 2 weeks. It's a definite improvement from before but still feel like women are being punished with decreased paid leave for having kids. There is a Women's initiative ongoing to try to hire more young women in the company, but there really should be more focus on trying to develop and keep the ones Cirrus has.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.