Best things about the benefits package: In my opinion, the overall benefits package at Esri is very good. Its not lavish, but it is solid. Esri is that that are very flexible with hours and they don't micro-manage peoples time. They are also supportive about taking internal job training and professional development, but keep in mind - those activities take out of your other time and they are not recognized during annual review as a performance metric. Very good dental, health and vision insurance. You get a phone reimbursement and can get mileage reimbursement. Some bad things about Esri: While the benefits package is pretty standard for everyone, there are some things that are bad. Esri has a terrible education assistance programs and its very hard to use, because the company is not supportive of employee continued education and life long learning. Its somewhere around 3K a year. When I tried to use it, I was immediately declined, even though others in the company were using it for similar degree types. immediately turned down by my management. Instead of fostering continuing education, I was told by my management that I should leave the company if I wanted to do my degree. I decided to continue forward with the degree using outside scholarships and my own money to the tune of about 90K (and yes I was forced out of the company eventually). During my degree I found out that another colleague was approved a full ride with Esri and he was able to double dip on outside scholarship, as well as, collect the money from Esri. So the education assistance is there, but you have to understand its not distributed fairly. It all matters who you are friends with in the company. - as does most everything. Another unfair practice is the work-from-home policy. Some people are privy to working from home and others are not. Again, it all depends on who you are friends with. The same practice goes for hotel rental. Some people get hotels approved for long local travel and others are not. Overall, the management team is very inconsistent in what they say, do and what promises they make and to whom.
Great health and retirement benefits. Profit sharing is very generous and much better than unpredictable employee stock options. Paid health insurance is great! Retirement plan and flexibility is great. Paid leave, leaves room for desire. It often accumulates at a much lower rate than other companies. However, you have other leave options - such as deferring your work hours for leave and sick time. I can't speak to military leave. I think they have it, but my boss told me it was in my best interests to resign from the military or risk being let go from the company, because they were not supportive of it. So I resigned.
ESRI offers fantastic health and dental benefits. The 401k and profit sharing are also great.
The benefits are one of the greatest perks of being an Esri employee.
Esri Benefits are the best I've ever encountered. Great if you have a family with dependents.
Health insurance is the envy of many. Profit sharing seems to keep above 4% of Salary.
Provides insurance at no cost to entire family. Also yearly profit sharing into you 401k
There is almost no benefits package at Esri.
There is a lot of inconsistency with remote work and /or working from home. The policy varies across each division.
Excellent Benefits Package! Medical, dental, and vision!
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