Best Thing: ESOP is Great!
I did not get any benefits, because I applied for an internship position and this position doesn't have benefits, 401k, vacation and time off.
Benefits package is pretty good. They do quite a few community activities but if we participated, we had to make up our lost work time. Very few development opportunities were offered to all employees and then we were punished if we did attend because we had to make up the work hours.
Provides excellent, comprehensive benefit package.
As an intern you don't get most of the benefits however you can have access to a 401k and they match a certain percentage. I did not take advantage of this option so I don't know the percentage.
Generous paid time off (PTO) and flexibility to use it as you see fit. Starts at 15 days PTO per year (accrues gradually throughout the year, can roll over from year to year and you can cash it out if you accrue more than you need or leave HDR). Jumps to
Great perks and employee satisfaction considered
I am going to enjoy the personal time off.
Health insurance is sub par with other companies I have been with, all previous employers have paid 100% of insurance benifits with 10+ options to choose from. This is the second ESOP I have been a part of, and the first where it is optional. My first was 100% company paid but a vesting period of 5 years.
Best Thing about the package is that is exists. You were enrolled in a 401K, in the stocks and you got health, dental and eye insurance! Worst: nothing comes to mind. I don't know how other companies do benifits, this seemed fine.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.