Good health insurance. Recently improved maternity leave policy.
Salary left something to be desired, but they made up for it in vacation time.
The maternity leave policy is not transparent— beware. It’s presented as an accrued benefit with 1 week per year of service at the Foundation. What they never shared was that this resets after you use it. So if you don’t wait 6 years between children, you have significantly reduced paid maternity.
Health insurance plan has super high co pays makes it hard to go to the dr unless you are really really sick. They contribute to 403b, even if you don't which is best benefit. Comp days off are given for weekends and over time worked. Sick days and vacation benefit are good. Bonus and raise program is awful its impossible to reach the goals and get the meager raises forget about bonuses. Some roles can work from home which is a plus.
There are no perks. Maybe altruism? No bonuses, it's a nonprofit. The benefits suck. If you think you're going to get a raise, you will but probably only once and I hope you're happy with a whopping 1%!
Good coverage options for employee and family dependents. Did not feel overly expensive at any time and was clearly outlined and started 30 days after employee start date.
Get 3 weeks vacation, opportunity to get a 403b (company match after 1 year, vested after 3 years), flex spending, comp days if you work on a weekend. Health insurance package is very good, but they don't cover in it full, and it is pricey. Has a professional education program where they'll pay up to $500 for employees to take a course that pertains to your position.
Benefit includes everything you want.
Typical benefits package. The healthcare was high and went up every year.
Health insurance was affordable. Standard days off.
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