For a smaller sized firm, the benefits are actually quite attractive. Enaxis offers 2 weeks paid maternity leave and if you elect short term disability, Enaxis pays 40% for 6 weeks. With the STD benefit of 60% and the Enaxis added benefit of 40%, you are essentially getting 8 weeks of time off at your full salary. The health and dental benefits could be a bit better but again, considering the smaller size of the firm, they are pretty decent. Paid time off is generous. Managers get 21 days and you can carry over 5 days per year. Free lunches and food on Fridays are always a plus, along with a fully stocked kitchen with snacks and drinks!
They only give you 2 WEEKS for maternity leave. This is so shortsighted and the policy needs to be changed immediately or myself and many other women will look for a new job. I almost didn't take the job when I saw this policy. Companies like Deloitte give 16 weeks of paid maternity leave, Enaxis should offer at least half of that if they want to be competitive and seen as a respectable firm.
Minimalist healthcare and 401K match. Decent vacation with ability to actually take more than 2 weeks at a time.
Cost. Benefits are nothing special, and employer only pays 50%.
Medical, Dental & Vision coverage provided for avg rate. 401k matching is done annually; not during each pay period. Other benefits include maternity and paternity leave
Benefits are not that attractive; tough for a small company to provide.
Adequate amount of PTO and there was a 401k plan created, but wasn't managed by one of the more prestigious companies like Fidelity or Vanguard. Dental benefits were the bare minimum. I believe the plan only covered $750/yr.
very few participants; providers in plans are companies that you've never hear of; employees seem to want cash now because they don't play to stay
Provide minimal benefits but, even the benefits provided are from the lowest quality, cheapest vendors. Seem to always be worried about keeping down the costs of any benefits. Probably because of the high turnover, it doesn't make sense to invest in good benefits.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.