Soon to have a 6% 401k match. Low health ins premiums but a high deductible, company does give a small seed to your HSA. PTO is standard 3 weeks, no sick days. Paternity leave was cancelled in 2015. Only 6 paid holidays vs 10 other places. Tuition reimbursement was recently gutted to be a shell of its former plan.
Company recently got rid of the pension plan. Company has drastically reduced benefits during my two years here.
Medical plan is way too expensive for a company making so much money. Can do better for their people if they want.
401k matches dollar for dollar up to a certain percent. I feel very well covered for major medical situations. The PTO could be a little better. The package overall is very good.
Generous benefits packages, regardless of department, decent pay rates, weekends off; 6% dollar for dollar match on stock compensation plan.
Best thing is PTO starting off is decent, and flexible schedules allow for a lot of time off.
best thing is the 401k the worst is the health benefits 6200 a year is the deductable
high deductible but less than most companies in competition. Paid time off is reasonable and many options for benefits.
PTO Starts at 15 days off and goes up with time spent at company No sick days - better save that PTO if you feel a cold coming on. 401k - Matches 5% if you give 6% or more - immediately vested (that is nice). Health plan is over priced (like most) but we get decent coverage. HSA plan offered. They will help you pay for your masters but only after you've worked there for quite some time this is a recent change and a big downer (2016+). Things get a bit more lucrative if you start to work off site for the company - reimbursement and per diem is worth the travel - benefits get even better if you work off-site for a longer period of time
401k is alright, insurance deductible costs employees thousands annually, almost no sick/vaca time. Dreadful.