Great benefits for employees ! They really know how to take care of their people and inspire a creative and hardworking environment in the office! Outside of the office they have great retirement fund options, insurance options, and Paid Time Fitness (PTF). This is where you can workout during work hours. I feel taken care of at a company that challenges to be my best me on a mental and physical level.
The health insurance Health Savings Account (HSA) contribution covers a large portion of the yearly deductible on the health plan.
Reasonably generous contribution to Health Savings Account. Upside is that if you have minimal healthcare needs, the money is yours to keep until you DO need it for medical expenses. Downside is that the medical insurance is laughably terrible. Ridiculous deductibles, poor coverage, and the carrier has the highest negotiated rates for service I've ever seen. Dental and Vision is 100% employee paid - no employer cost-sharing. SimpleIRA is decent. PTO package is boilerplate at best. Encompass could and should do much better, really.
Great Benefits, great people, great company!
Great benefits package! There are also cultural benefits including paid time fitness and company outings.
- Free Uber rides, no questions asked - Paid fitness time - Membership to gym 2 blocks away - Substantial bonuses for travel - Cash per diem - this means employees can keep what isn't used
A lot of tiny benefits that sound cool but nothing that helps you in the long run
Great benefits. My favorite is PTF: Paid time fitness. That's right --> You are paid by the company to go work out during work hours.
Encompass recently added a benefit that is PTF (paid time off). This benefit allows you up to 2 1/2 hours a week to participate in exercise. That is within your shift, outside of breaks/lunches, paid time to go to the gym. This is pretty unheard of. I love it because being physical is a huge part of who I am and it's awesome to work for a software company that understands that!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.