Best: Employee-owned stock. Worst: Minimum number of paid holidays.
No Time to take PTO
Health insurance was decent. Low premiums. No HSA money. PTO with sick time isn't that great and don't negotiate. ESOP is way too risky and the match is a set amount which is lower than industy standard. They don't offer a cell phone allowance which is silly.
Retirement - they have a 401k, Roth 401k, and Employee Stock Ownership Plan. ESOP has outperformed S&P 500/market over the past 15 years. Matching contributions of 60% of your investment are provided in company stock, up to a limit. Health - They offer several health plans. Benefits are comparable to other companies.
Sometimes the health insurance packages were a little too pricey for a family and the plans didn't cover much. Overall I was pleased with the benefits
In line with engineering firms in the United States. Some specific rules for hiring and firing that did not make any sense.
I was an intern and was eligible to sign up for certain benefits packages, but I opted out because I was only a temporary employee of the company.
Good pay and decent overall benefits
2 week severence , lose all sick pay when leaving company. Lowest insurance premiums I have had to pay.
Best thing is that the insurance you get gives you access to great doctors. The con is that it is expensive. I would like to see the employer pick up more of the cost. We have been very profitable in the past few years, I'd like to see some of that passed on to employees in the form of more affordable health insurance. A pure co-pay option would be preferred.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.