401K match is based on profit sharing. Only ends up being about 1.5%. They break it up into a salary match that everyone is given and then a match of your total contributions. So if you contribute more, you end up getting more. They also have an ESOP program after 9 months. This doesn't end up being much either. They talk it up a lot though. Health insurance isn't great. Also, no paid paternity leave. Just the standard FMLA 12 weeks of unpaid which I believe every business has to offer. If you're an offsite worker, you may have flex hours or work from home depending on who the client is and if they give permission. If you're an onsite worker, then these both pertain to you. It's a nice office space, but nobody is there because they're all offsite workers. Seems like excessive overhead, or just a way to impress clients and future employees. Free lunches every Friday if you can make it back from your site. It's usually about half and half that can. This is one of the few times you can interact with your Disher co-workers. This can be nice and in some cases awkward because you don't know many people. No gym membership is offered. They do offer professional development and training, but it is usually a book club of some sorts. Once a month during a lunch they have a Tech Training. This is one of the current employees speaking to everybody about a topic they are considered an "expert" over. It can be rushed, and may be better in a different format. Good idea though. They do a lot with local charities and ministries which is nice. You get one charity check per year that you can donate to the charity of your choice. Overall, you get a lot of little, quirky perks that are pretty cool and original, but the main ones that people care about are kind of lacking (to the point where I wish there was a "kind of" selection offered on this survey instead of "yes" and "no").
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.