Overall benefits package is fair and comparable to the market. HSA is a great plan for those who are health conscious and responsible, but it may not be for everyone. 401k is fair and also comparable with the market. They only match up to 3% of your 6% deduction. You can contribute more, but they remain at the 3% match. FSA is also available. Dental and vision plans are average.
Legacy compay’s benefits were much better than the benefits when the company was merged. I was no longer employed with the company since the newest sale of the company so I don’t know what the benefits are like now. While I was there the PTO hours were very decent. Work from home was not uniform across the company. Some teams could work from home and many days as they liked while other teams were told no more than one day a week was allowed by the company if you have been there less than a certain time frame. Management constantly lied to emplyees regarding the company policy.
Time off was comparable to the industry average.
For a company that works with healthcare payers, the benefits package is not top notch.
Expensive. How can a healthcare company not have better health benefits? Global workforce for whom? One remote work day is a joke.
standard 401k, generally mild health plans, standard reeducation of 5000 I would not think them terrible but definite not note worthy
They have a good benefits package but not excellent. health insurance, dental, vision, 401k. Its is competitive to other companies.
Work from home opportunities
The company provides good healthcare benefits, 401k match, bonuses, generous PTOs, leaves for new parents, stock purchases discounts, and more
Mediocre salary. Annual increases that don't keep up with inflation. No bonuses for most and for those who get them they pay <50% of target.
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