- They cover a good amount of the premiums as an employer especially doctor and pharmacy co-pays. The vision insurance is fantastic, saves you a ton of money from personal experience. Easy to get answers to questions regarding benefits and have a range of options to chose from depending on your status (individual or family/dependents) .
No Paid Maternity. 14,000 employee company. That tells you what you need to know. PTO is essentially 2.5 weeks, that's including sick time.
So-so insurance pricing, not great 401K offering and really really bad PTO. A company of this size should step it up. Little to no continuing education, training offerings, and a paltry two weeks combined sick/annual leave until year 6. Very poor for a company this size.
The cost of benefits is good, but the PTO is quite poor. Very poor actually. There's not many holidays to begin with, no floating holidays, and the total PTO days is very little. There are some good corporate discounts available to many places though. Quite attractive discounts at cell phone companies and auto dealers.
Well PTO is not that good along with the health insurance. They need to have better plan for the family etc.
Basic Health insurance, one of three price options to choose from. Limited PTO with only chance to obtain 2 more days after 5 years. Few holidays. Legal Insurance is a perk.
Health Insurance was very expensive and had bad plans. the 401K was barely partially matching and for a multi-billion dollar revenue company you would think they would put more into the moral of their employees.
Long waiting periods to join the 401K. No discount on the Stock Plan. Health benefits are expensive.
Vacation/Sick bundled together, very few days Minimal holidays off
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.