Great benefits for all employees. One of the best things about working for Collaborative. There is unlimited PTO and great health benefits.
Unlimited PTO, a week off for volunteer work, and even pet insurance! It is a very comprehensive package with reasonable rates and several perks other firms don't offer .
They don't cover benefit costs for dependents.
It's impressive how the company is constantly working to improve its benefits package. Employees receive surveys each year to gauge our satisfaction level with what's currently offered. I'm extremely pleased that they have added extra perks to the existing program like legal and pet insurance. I also like the fact that the company offers 40 hours a year of VTO (volunteer time off) and unlimited paid time off. The only thing I'd like to see them add in the future is a monthly gym reimbursement to encourage employee wellness.
The life insurance options are limited for both supplemental and basic life insurance. They do offer a broad set of options for their benefits including Legal and Pet Insurance which is really nice.
it caters towards single people, I think the benefits for couples are not that great
Recently raised the monthly Employee contribution for certain healthcare plans very dramatically--- I am paying 600% more than I was in 2016.
401k takes 6 months for company match, no Kaiser option for California employees. Most new employees are expected to commute to their home office the first year before they can be trusted to WFH. Unlimited PTO is available in a max of 80 hour blocks. Anything more than that will require additional approval. Each office has snacks and soft beverages.
Pretty standard insurance benefits, never had any complaints. Work from home is a huge plus, offices are nice if you live close to one.
The benefits package for health and welfare is average at best, they definitely could improve their offerings. The paid time off policy is 'unlimited' which in the consulting world is a good thing, though the idea you will be able to take 'unlimited' time off is obviously directly related to the amount of hours you will be working on a project, this is the best part of the offerings. The retirement and 401k offering is poor, there is a 6 month waiting period which is somewhat excessive in today's world of benefit offerings and the company match on the 401k is below average for today's 401k package, there is no company pension offered.
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