6% 401k Match - very competitive and happy with this! Competitive Medical (multiple plans to choose from), Dental and Vision benefits Time off based on number of years of service - not your standard 2 weeks regardless of your many years of experience 6 paid holidays + 2 floaters
Benefits are well positioned amongst the majority of companies in the area. 3 weeks paid vacation and paid holidays, 401k with 6% employer match, 3 health benefit plans to choose from at average/low rates. Bonus opportunities annually. Parking or public transit subsidised for employees. Ability to work remote if needed.
PROS: Good 401k match at 6%. CONS: Only 6 paid holidays a year. Sick time comes out of a limited PTO bucket. Pay is below both national and regional averages for job title/description.
6% match on 401k. Dental and vision are great and there's lots of insurances (life, disability, etc) that they offer for decent prices. I don't use the healthcare offered but I've heard that it's competitive.
Overall great benefits package for full time employees. CHOICE in healthcare options such as either a low-cost high deductible plan or a higher cost co-pay based plan or a blend... it's great to have the 3 options. Low-cost high deductible plan for Single employees is currently free I believe (no cost to the employee). Other healthcare costs for Single, single+1, and family plans are very reasonable compared to other companies in the area. 6% 401K match is great. Company offers on-site fitness classes multiple times per year (mostly Yoga and Yoga related activities). 1 Paid Volunteer day per year. Vision, Dental, life insurance all reasonable. Depending on years experience, the Paid Time Off bucket of time is average to decent. Healthcare costs across the country go up approx 8-10% per year, but CH's healthcare plans cost cross the board rose less than 1% from 2018-2019, not the 5-10% increase I saw each year while working for other companies. CH also started offering a Wellness Incentive Program (money taken off healthcare costs if you meet fairly simple criteria such as 1 annual physical and 1 dental cleaning per year). Meditation Room - which people DO use. New Mother's room for lactation privacy. Game room - nothing fancy but a nice place for a short break. New to 2019 is a Critical Illness coverage that can be elected (lump sum payment if you suffer heart attack, cancers, and specific issues). Depending on your job/experience there is a performance bonus structure in place. Numerous company activities/events (holiday party, Thanksgiving lunch, free regional sports events, Halloween activities, etc). Free coffee in the kitchen (Keurig's) Onsite dining in the building (a la carte cafeteria on the 3rd floor) Not a direct guaranteed benefit, but the company nominates 10 employees each year (nominated by peers) to be the annual company "All-Stars". Each All-Star is awarded an all expenses paid trip or cruise (destination varies each year). No joke.
Time of is based on years of service. Paid Time off is used for sick time and vacation. Maximum is 4 weeks.
401K matching. Health benefits are comparable to
They offer a bonus to employees who are deserving. One negative is that they do not offer personal or sick time, only vacation time.
401k is 6% match which is great. Office is nice although we’re growing and quickly running out of room, meetings often need to take place out of the office. Shower in office, but no gym. Benefits around work-life balance could use some updates. Vacation, holiday, and work-from-home policies are not very flexible. Sometimes it feels like you’re just another number in the headcount to them. A few extra vacation days or more giving WFH policy would go a long way.
Healthcare is decent, 401K match is nice (6%)
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.