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Comprehensive coverage with high deductible low premium plan. VCompany contributes to HSA which is very nice. Profit sharing (Great perk) replaces very low ($500) 401K match, which is phased to zero over $115K in compensation. Roth K is also offered.
Good medical plan except for the very high deductible.
Very complete, comprehensive benefits package. No complaints.
Annual raises, bonus opportunities and great health and dental insurance.
Zero 401k match, slight profit sharing at the end of the year. Very high deductible health plan that covers practically nothing. I get a $150 doc bill for seeing primary care provider in my network any time I go in. $30 stock trade for employees. 16 weeks maternity leave with no salary and the average of your last 6 months of commission. Your numbers standards do not stop for the 16 weeks, so you play catch up when you get back.
HSA with high deductibles. No paid time off.
Insurance -high deductible, covers nothing, very costly for a single mom with kids. Sick visits can cost more than $500/year out of pocket. Plan doesn't pay anything until $3300 deductible is met. Who has $3300 just laying around to spend on healthcare?
The HSA is a pretty great perk, in my opinion. If you're using an individual medical insurance plan, they'll match your pretax contributions to the HSA up to $500, and if you've got a family plan, they'll match up to $1,000. That's free money!
The 401K plan only matches up to $500. The LP offerings/distributions make up for some of the lost % gains in annual salary but not nearly enough to live on. The health care plan options are comparable to most in the industry but may not cover nearly as much as others. Their is no severance package when terminated (watch out). Vacation days are nice but capped after 20 yrs of service.
Newly implemented parental leave package is nice. Primary care provider gets 16 weeks and secondary gets 2. Not a huge fan of the HDHP plans, but they work and are definitely the trend, understandably so. Profit sharing is nice, along with the trimester bonus program.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.