Industry Standard 4% 401k match with 2% coming in the form of company stock. Year over year the company stock has outperformed all major indices.
HDR offers a very good benefit competitive package for its industry.
Best: Professional development and wellness program. Worst: Pay was low and raises we're small.
Pros - Health insurance is pretty good. There is discounts on health insurance if you follow Vitality. Infertility is covered once per lifetime. You can complete a whole cycle for free thanks to HDR insurance. Cons - Gastric Weight lost is not an option with HDR insurance. They have an exclusion and do not cover any expenses towards weight lost surgery. They force you to work on the Vitality program and it's saving them money by not covering certain procedures.
ESOP is an excellent benefit. All employees can contribute. Healthcare is good and the rest of the benefits are on par with the industry
PTO, 401K & healthcare are slightly better than industry norms. However company is falling behind competitors by not offering alternative work schedules
It's very thorough and is constantly updated.
Start at 15 days of PTO for vacation, sick leave, personal leave, goes up to 20 days after 5 years in the company or at age 35, whichever comes first. PTO maxed at 25 days after 15 years. PTO can rollover every year, with a max of 2x (i.e., 15 days x 2 = 30 days max PTO). 7 holidays + 1 floating holiday. 401k 100% matching up to 4%; employee-owned stock. Tuition reimbursement up is great - up to $15,000/year with a maximum of $25,000 overall. Wellness program is great: you can get up to $50/month depending on your Vitality wellness status, plus a max of $240 gym membership reimbursement per year. The company also awards $3000 for first-time PE's, and $1500 for certificates (PMP, etc). AT&T phone discount 22%.
Very thorough benefits explanation upon hiring
Not a good Timeoff plan
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