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“Good options such as the Health Savings Account among others. Reasonable employee contribution costs.”
“At least they have a 3% match to the employee contribution now. It was ony 2% when I worked there, but that was better than no plan at all.”
“Work from home days aren't hard to get approved, and are pretty flexible. However, fully remote employees often feel left out of the office culture, aren't paid fairly at times, and transitions from on-location employees to remote employees are often penalized or rejected altogether despite the flexible online nature of the company.”
Benefits are very affordable and comprehensive
Very Good Package for a Start-up company finding its way. Cares about its employees and the work-place environment.
Paid vacation is extremely open ended. Until recently the company had an unlimited vacation policy, but after being acquired it is still at four weeks for every employee.
Health Insurance is great. 401k has limited somewhat limited fund options.
Collective Bias is a great company with great leadership! There is no culture like it!
Its a little expense, not many options
Collective Bias is flexible when it comes to personal events. They offer nice family benefits and HR is easy to work with.
Unlimited time off if you get your work done. Good health plan.
The best thing is flexibility. They give you 2-3 weeks of vacation time, and are open to sick and work from home days when needed. 401K and a computer and desk are provided and maintained at no cost to you.
Health benefits are pretty good- probably on par with most companies. 401k is average with a 3% match/ was 2% through 2015.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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