Health and prescription coverage are pretty good, as are the dental and vision plans. There is a 401K, but the company does not match. PTO seems standard with the industry.
Benefits are pretty expensive for a family or spouse, inexpensive for a single person. Tuition reimbursement is great and no 401k match.
EA offers excellent benefits! 17 days of PTO to start and 10 holidays, medical, dental, vision, FSA, 401k, and company-paid disability/life insurance. Very generous.
Company offers good insurance and PTO, but no raises in 7 years.
I was illegally forced without my approval to participate in their 401k plan. There is no match by the employer. I was not offered an "opt out" as prescribed by law. Now two years later, I still can not get my funds released. Funds that were taken are now at an investment loss that I have no control over. The company and 401k agent refuse to talk to me over the situation. I am going to have to take EA to court to get my funds back if that is even possible.
The cost of the actual plans are sky high, and the benefits to accompany those plans are lacking. Administration needs to consider diversifying all the benefits they offer.
You get no benefits unless you work next door at corporate.
Health benefits are good with three plans to select from during open enrollment. Employee Assistance Program is helpful and free to all employees. 401K available, but no matching.
Health insurance is good, vacation time is good, 401K is not matched by company.
The benefits are good, the cost is not
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