Best perk is free subscription satellite television service to America's Top 250 package and occasional profit sharing into your 401(k).
Mediocre at best. More flexible work hours
If you are looking for a job to get benefits, look somewhere else.
Dish is a pretty good company to work for. As far as the location I was at, the benefits were good, the pay was good and so we're my coworkers. I actually enjoyed my time being there.
Matched 401k, start accruing PTO on first day, great health, vision and dental packages that aren’t too pricy. Special discount with dish partners. Dish stock at a discounted rate. Best part about the benefits package was the special discounts you can get through the dish benefits hub. I was able to get a new car at a discounted rate!
401 K, insurance was alright. Kind of expensive.
Average health benefits. Employer contribution of up to $520 to employee HSA accounts. Discounted satellite and Sling TV services
They are very helpful with benefits.
High deductible. If you are young and healthy I would not sign up for the health benefits, It would be less expensive to pay the fine for no insurance and just pay cash for your annual check ups.
If you never have any intention of using your benefits then the package is great because the cost is low due to how little is offered. The health care deductible for a family is over $6500. The PTO is three weeks. The maternity leave is 6 weeks at 60% pay which is through short term disability. There is no paternity leave and no paid leave for adoptive parents. There are programs for job training and advancement but these are mostly filled with people that managers want to appease but have no intention of promoting.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.