401k does not match a lot
PTO is decent. Insurance is OK - they offer all of the main coverage but prices could be better. 401k plan is behind the market for similar companies.
The benefits package is standard for a multi million dollar company.
Just average. nothing out of the ordinary.
While the benefits package has slightly improved over the last year, it is still well below the industry standard. Room for improvement.
Paid parental leave was recently added and restored much of my faith in upper management. The costs for family plans are too high, my spouse and I have to separate.
Have been a little weak in the past, but are getting better
For those looking at Dealer Socket in 2018, here are two of the big benefit changes (both very positive): 1. The company will match 25% up to 4%. In other words, to get the full 4% straight match (i.e., not contingent on the company's financial performance), you will need to contribute 16%. The fund selection through Fidelity is fantastic, with many Vanguard index funds and others from which to choose. For perspective, in 2017 there was no straight match. 2. Health insurance has been completely revamped. Single folks can pay as little as $40/month (w/ a $1000 HSA match). High Deductible plans for families are down in the $250-$300/month range (w/ a $2000 HSA match), although traditional plans are still available. Again, for perspective, in 2017 individuals paid $68/month and families $500/month for comparable coverage.
They feed us often. 401k was pretty bad now it is just bad. Healthcare is pretty expensive for family plans.
Terrible. 401k match was nonexistent until recently. Now you have to contribute 4% to them to give 1%. Health care deductibles are very high and the premiums are very expensive
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.