Best - (1) Coworkers and managers are great people who want you to succeed and will help (2) Generous work from home and time off opportunities, flex time if you are on a good project (largely dependent on the client, some are great and some less so). (3) If you're not on a good project you can transfer without negative impact to your career. (4) Great office with good environment. Worst - (1) No 401(k) match, sub-par plan with high fees. You're better off with a regular brokerage account and a maxed out Roth IRA. (2) They've talked about profit sharing for years (5+), either as part of the 401(k) program or as bonuses, and never done it. Every year is one excuse or another. (3) No tuition reimbursement/assistance. (4) You need to get promoted to get any type of raise beyond a cost-of-living increase or a small (2% salary or less) bonus.
Basic benefits but overall Sub Standard offering making it difficult to attract good talent. Easy to fix by investing a bit more into employees and company covered benefits. No 401K match, limited medical plans with high deductibles and excessively large out of pocket maximums, PTO is inconsistent, offer Sick Leave but never tell any one about it, std insurances offered but at a cost to the employee such as Short term/long term disability, AD&D, etc. Recommend reviewing in detail before accepting offer to ensure you fully understand the limitations. HR is good to work with (personality based though).
The benefits are not that good.
No match on 401K. Medical and dental benefits were not great. Very high deductible and limited benefit. High copay and most doctors out of network. Vacation was standard.
No 401k Match. Bad maternity policies. No Raises . Health Insurance is okay
Basically no benefits, insurance is expensive, its like the company does not care that much. No paid time off
Very expensive for what you get
Best: Flexible schedule, work from home availability, managers seem to genuinely care that you are challenged and fulfilled in your role. Worst: No 401(k) match and sub-par plan means you're on your own as far as retirement.
health insurance is pricey and doesn't cover much. There isn't any paternity leave program either. Raises, if any, are very small. No contributions to 401k.
I did not have a benefits package as an intern
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