great PTO & 401k match. decent medical, dental, vision coverage
extra vacation, additional 401k matching, unique 401k roth option available, discretionary 401k contribution, many to learn, etc.
Everything and everything like Disney
The benefits package at the company it is very good, they give good health insurance, back up childcare at a very discounted rate, discounted gym memberships, and much more. They also provide 401k, in which the company matches what you put away.
For a large employer, so-so benefits. 401K is 6% match +3% extra each year but discretionary and depends on company performance (and has 6 year vesting period). Health Insurance expensive, big push to get you into HSA plan for which they add $1000 to your account each January. Good vacation days (4 or 5 weeks, depending on level) + 6 sick days. Horrible maternity leave - almost nonexistent. you get the standard NY State disability pay for the first 8 weeks which they top up so you get your regular salary (if you've been there long enough - it's a sliding scale) and then it's vacation/sick days. Feels highly unfair as adoption leave is 4 weeks before you have to use your vacation time. Paternity leave 1 week. Standard disability/accident package. Backup care with Bright Horizons 20 days/yr. No other major perks or discounts. slight discount on gym memberships and cell phone (20%?). Free entry to MOMA with employee pass.
The company offers good PTO from beginning - at least 20 days. Health insurance rates have skyrocketed, but it is a good plan.
4-5 weeks vacation is best The benefits are good
Great benefits package. Most doctors are in network and the co-pay is decent.
great vacation policy for those with 10+ years experience at 5 weeks
Vacation time and work/life balance
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