DTO- Discretionary Time Off is good, which depends on the team's load
Unlimited time off is not a benefit, it's more a marketing trick, you won't get more than you had before. 401k was cut in half, no competitive anymore. Health insurance is ok.
Unlimited DTO replaces PTO. Reduced 8% 401K marching to 50% on 8% contribution.
The benefits are satisfactory. Starting in 2018, the company eliminated accrued vacation hours and now offers discriminatory vacation days, which allows the employee to take as much vacation time as needed as long as it's approved by the employee's manager. Full-time employees also get 10 paid sick days and pay for major U.S. holidays.
401K used to be an eight percent match, but that was reduced to four percent in 2017 so that was kind of a bummer.
We received full health insurance, 3-8% matching on 401k, 80 hours sick leave each year, plus accumulated time off based on the number of years you work there, but at least 40 hours.
Best Thing: Great people, welcoming, nuturing learning environment. The office is located at a great place. Worst Thing: No talk about full time opportunities offer upon completion of internship
Used to be great with competitive 401k matching and decent PTO then it was all cut drastically with little notice.
Best things were the very good health/vision/dental coverage, the 401k matching program, and profit sharing.
Health insurance and flexible time are great, Time off and 401k going downhill
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