Low cost high-deductible health plan is good if you don't get sick often. Good pay and bonuses for high performers. Gave us a few thousand for HSA and Company (discounted) Stock Purchase. Flexible Paid Time Off Policy for many people.
Medical benefits are average, but prescription are very difficult to deal with using Express Scripts. Everything else, including Life Insurance options seem competitive with other mid-sized companies.
Benefits on par with other companies. Partial 401k match and fair time off. Health insurance is good for a young professional.
Good benefits including stock purchase plan where employees can purchase company stock at 15% discount
They do provide a 401k package.
Insurance was pretty good.
Working from home was not an option if you lived within 1.5 hours of an office. If you couldn't make the commute, you were released.
The medical benefits are expensive and don't really cover anything. You have to go get tests on top of tests in order to be seen for what your actual problem is and then the insurance doesn't cover the testing that they're requiring in order to have your surgery,
It was better than some other companies and affordable
HSA is deposited to a card that you can use instead of applying it to your deductible, tuition reimbursement, employee family scholarships, premiums are low for those that don't see the doctor often, 401k decent match, there is no guarantee of annual raise, work life balance is great, flexible on schedules, points for purchase,
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