the time off is very good.
Benefits are mediocre. There are health, vision, and dental, but with very high deductibles. PTO is generous if you've been working there for years or are VP or above.
Bad matching for 401k. PTO does not roll over. HR does not accommodate.
You can only get up to 10 days of PTO, and sick days/emergencies, bereavements etc. are considered PTO. Insurance that is "benefited" doesn't cover much at all, requires a large deductible. You do get some cool employee discounts with sports companies but I;d rather have more pay than discounts.
Was acquired by EXOS, previously worked for a healthcare company. Health insurance benefits were astronomically different (awful), company HR wouldn't return my calls on health insurance enrollment questions. 401K match was much less than my previous company, thankfully was grandfathered into PTO structure from previous company otherwise would have been getting 1-2 weeks in management position. Was overall disappointed in benefits.
You only get Paid-Time-Off and thats it. Benefits are subpar at best
The benefit package seemed standard in regards to coverage, as well as, cost. Overall, no complaints.
Very High Deductible, Very Poor Coverage, Did not have a maternity leave policy when I started. Multiple coaches worked after injuries because they did not have enough time built up despite injuries occuring due to they physical nature of coaching
Best - 50% off Adidas and HSA Worst - must have high deductible plan for HSA, benefit package isn’t great or the 401k contribution by employer
Standard benefits package but mostly baseline with no much contribution from company, only better than getting insurance on your own, however not great in relation to other workplace benefits packages.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.