The best thing is they offer up to 5,000 compensation on education. I've taken several classes at the Harvard Ext. School and they covered all of it.
For a small company, the health insurance coverage is pretty good. Unfortunately, can only give it 3 stars because there is no 401K match, and no consistent bonus program. Lots of free food shows up in the kitchen, and the company usually offers catering for the entire company after all staff meetings.
Continuum provides good health, dental and disability coverage. Most significant omission is the lack of any 401K match program (it has existed in the past, perhaps again in the future). PTO is usually enough for most people. Perhaps the greatest benefit Continuum offers is a workplace environment that's considerate of its employees and their needs. If you need to adjust your schedule for a sick child, no one takes issue.
For a small company Continuum has very good healthcare and dental plans. The PTO policy is very reasonable and the company values work-life balance. Unfortunately there is no 401k matching.
The worst thing is there if no reliable 401K contribution
For a small design firm, the benefits are pretty good. Wish they could have stayed up with the 401k, but appreciate the healthcare and the vacation. In addition, the flex time is one of the best of any company I know. As long as you get your work done and you're there for important meetings, your good
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