Excellent benefit package, they do a great job!
Great health benefits, 401K, Maternity and Paternity leave. Employee discounts, tuition assistance, Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Tuition Assistance Program, Employee Assistance Programs, Commuter Benefits, Paid Vacation, Medical Plans, Pharmacy Benefits, and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) options, Dental Plan, Vision Plan, Medical Plans, Pharmacy Benefits, and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) options
401k match 5% vested after 3 years. There is tuition reimbursement but they will not reimburse for any designations such as the CFP, CFA, AWMA, CRPC, etc... It is clear they don't want to educate their employees by not paying for any industry standard designations. The company has chosen not to support local not-for profits by gift matching any more, this is not discontinued and such a disappointment.
They match 75% up to 6% of your 401(k) that vests after 3 years of service. They offer Aetna POS I & II which is good. Dental plan isn't great and vision plan is pretty good.
The health, dental, and vision benefits are extremely generous. 401k and adoption benefits are less than my previous employer.
There is a comprehensive and overall pretty great benefit package offered by this organization that is flexible enough to meet the needs of any individual.
401K matching is only 4%.
Health insurance and dental are kind of weak and limited. 401k is improving to 5% match. Vacation and sick time is fair, not the best and not the worst.
They have a good 401(k) match, tuition assistance program, fitness and wellness programs, parental leave programs, commuter benefits, and corporate perks.
10 days of vacation and 5 days of sick. 401K is OK comparing to other companies. 9 days of holiday in one year which is a little lesser than expected. All depends on your manager if you can work from home or not.
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