Good PTO, decent benefits and insurance
The benefits are kept to a mandatory minimum. 2% matching 401k ended up being "up to" 2% matching.
They provide health insurance (about $120 a month for me with vision, and dental included) for trainees after 90 days of employment (or immediately after your placement with a client). Vacation days, however, cannot be used until after your training. You also get paid $15 an hour during training, and receive a daily bonus once you're on-site with a client.
Woeful health insurance. No 401K match. Zero education about these benefits when you come in - my HR person had to google questions for me. Oh, but there's pet insurance so that's supposed to make up for it? Also awful coffee in the office (which is petty to mention but trust me when I say the company can afford it; they were going to install a slide between two floors for goodness sake).
There is no 'best' thing about FDM's benefits package, it's just different shades of bad. The health insurance is to be desired and the 401k is 2% match of your pitiful salary.
The Healthcare package is not so great, 401k is ok. Not really many benefits
Matched a small percentage of 401K, I think it was 2 or 3%. Health benefits were not bad. They offer you a free subscription to training sites, use that to your advantage. PTO was 15 days to include sick days but you don't get paid for holidays and you may be forced to take those days at a certain point in the year when you really would rather not use them.
401k can be improved, more wellness stuff - need to get HR more involved in what the people want vs. what is currently being offered
Great opportunity to increase earnings in line with performance. Great health dental and on the job training offered a long with social events too!
The benefits package is basic. Heath and 401k. The relocation package is an absolute joke. They're already paying you 60% less than the national average and expect you to relocate to metropolitan areas. On top of that, they offer you a relocation bonus that would not even cover your first month's rent.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.