Health insurance benefits are broad and inexpensive, at least compared to my last employer. They have a solid 401K plan, generous vacation, and cover many out of pocket expenses for home based employees
Employee stock purchase plan, health plan with HSA and company contributions, 401k w/company contributions.
401K match is almost nothing.
401k, fto, bonus,no rsu,no stock
Extreme Networks did a great thing in 2018. We all now have unlimited vacation! This is great news, but what happened to the vacation we have left over from last year? Essentially it’s GONE at the end of this year (2018). This means that coworkers that have a zero balance, and ones that were saving some for a rainy day are now equal. There will be no payout of the vacation time after Jan 2019. The only way you can receive any payout is to quit or get laid off in 2018. I recognize that it’s good for Extreme to “earn” some money, and simplify the books with this change. But stealing weeks of our vacation that was given to us as a benefit is simply not right. Getting a percentage of our benefit would be acceptable. Ed let’s make it right.
401k is non existent, no equity for rank and file, senior execs get 40% stock ceo gets 40%, managers remaining 20%
The best thing about the benefit package is the employee stock plan, which has been great since I started. Additionally, the time off increases after only 3 years, which is a shorter tenure than some other companies. In terms of the worst thing about the benefits offered at Extreme, the health insurance isn't the greatest.
Decent Insurance with multiple options. 401k, and tuition assistance help. Also, the access to HSA and HSA spending cards are a nice touch too.
The benefits are average for the industry.
Health benefits are better than average.
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