no paid paternity leave PTO, sick time and vacation combined. This is good if you are young, no kids and rarely get sick.
Benefits have been slowly eroding over the years but overall still not bad. High deductible health care plan, 401k match up to 6%, PTO starts at 15 days regardless of experience
A good 401k (5% company match, good investment options) is offset by a bad vacation policy. There are no more sick days...you have a few weeks of Paid Time Off that must be used for vacation, sick, or whatever. This burns up quickly for people with kids. They force you to use PTO to cover the December shutdown. There is now only a high deductible health care option, but this isn't too bad if you max out the HSA that comes with it. Basic life and disability insurance is offered for cheap, but the coverage is limited. Maternity and Paternity leave isn't paid (use PTO)
Fantastic benefits program, good 401k matching as well as excellent health care. Paid time off was generous even for new hires.
Good company 401 match 100% for the first 4% and then 1/2% for the next 2% coming out to 5% match if you put in 6%.
Great Pay, Health Benefits Average - Slightly Below Average
401K is pretty good. Medical is not very good anymore.
Best: Most engineering jobs work on a flexible 40 hour work week in which you can flex your time however you want. Worst: Any time less than 40 hours spent at work in a given week is AUTOMATICALLY deducted from your PTO pool
GDEB matches 401k 5% for your 6%. good insurance policies, low and high deductible plans, but you can only change it once a year or during a life event.
Hourly employees are not subject to long term disability coverage benefits.