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Great HSA package and low premiums. Lots of great add ones. When shopping around between my spouses plans and Gallup’s, Gallup was much more attractive.
The best benefit is the ability to work from home and manage your own schedule.
The benefits were okay, low monthly payments but high deductibles.
amazing benefits. company is really top-notch when it comes to how they treat their employees.
the worst health insurance I've had. 50% 401k match but they pay on Feb of the next year. Commuter benefits. Unlimited vacation which means no vacation. 1-week paternity leave is a joke (DC will have an 8-week mandatory from Jul 2020, but not NE) No diversity program. That's pretty much it and the benefits are well below average of any same size company.
Benefits package is pretty good. I'd say it checks most, if not all major boxes, which is great. The costs of benefits to the employer will be a concern, so I don't think it goes above and beyond like some places, but it will still have you covered. The vacation situation is nice because it is quite flexible, but there may be some cultural pressure which makes the vacation time tricky -- so formally flexible but culturally a bit less-so. But the flexibility is still a net positive and selling point.
Match 50% of $6,250 to 401k
Average if not above average rates, prices and packages. Not much in the form of Military Leave, but they do have flexible scheduling for such things.
Pretty on par with previous health insurance, vision, and dental offerings. Having Vanguard 401k is excellent, but requires up to six years to become fully vested. Flextime is basically letting associates leave for any appointments as necessary - with the assumption that we are all responsible adults and know how to get our work done - which is definitely the case. Great workplace culture.
Best thing is the affordability since they self-insure and keep health premiums low. They also include an adoption benefit. The worst is that they got rid of the cell phone reimbursement so you have to use your own phone without a stipend.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.