When searching for a career what you do everyday is very important, however DOWL believes in a work-life balance. When evaluating your options with a company, consider which perks would benefit you and your needs. We take good care of our employees and offer the following benefits and perks!
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Leadership programs
- Awards program
- Technical Training
- Performance Bonuses
- Professional Membership(s) Reimbursement
- Professional License and Certification Reimbursement
- Administrative Leave
- Health Benefits
- Worldwide Emergency Travel Assistance Services
- Safety Training
Current and former employees report that DOWL provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“20% match is something to be bragged about”
“Great coverage and HSA contribution”
Health benefits are top notch!
Great benefits package! While there is a high deductible option (and it is high at $2500) DOWL pays $2400 annually into the HSA to offset the deductible, so it works out well!
Overall, decent benefits package with automatic employer contribution to Health Savings account. Access to a pretty good work out room.
Start at 3 weeks paid vacation.
Great benefits overall, especially the retirement plan match.
Best: Paid-for health insurance. contributions to HSA make the high deductible affordable. Worst: Minimal paid holidays
DOWL has a competitive benefits package that is comparable to most companies.
Great benefits, with the exception of vacation! Employee health insurance premiums covered 100%, and great 401k.
Great benefits. Insurance costs on the rise but DOWL works hard to keep them to a minimum.
best- 401k match worst- vacation time non-existent
DOWL measures the time you are at work, not the time that you are away from work. The references to the "Admin Leave" policy is pointing out that we set goals for the year for each individual and within certain parameters we allow them to self-regulate their schedule as professionals. So, I guess that it is true that vacation time is non-existent for exempt employees. It is also infinite. We just don't measure or keep track of it.