Our Total Rewards program includes competitive base pay and benefits, and the chance to earn an annual bonus based on performance. It also includes recognition for your contributions and long-term incentives like annual equity awards. Other benefits vary from country to country, but you can expect a broad range of benefits, including health insurance, retirement programs and paid time off.
pay sucks but you got TONS of vacation days. HP offered Paternity leave which was unexpected.
Benefits are surprisingly average for a Silicon Valley leader with most employees hoping the company would show them a bit more love
Worst thing: Employee contribution for health benefits seem expensive. Best thing: Matching 401K
Health insurance benefits are not that great. Very expensive and the RX coverage is terrible, had a difficult time getting the provider to cover even generic drugs.
Amazing health care and on site services
Pretty good overall, I don't like how you are not allotted any sick days at all. I know of an employee that was sick a week and had to take unpaid time off as a professional with a graduate degree that was kind of alarming. But they said he could have taken vacation pay I guess if he had any. It would like to see them give actual sick days.
Benefits are typical for a large corporation.
Best health insurance, vacation, 401k Plan worst Work life balance, no room for advancement
Comprehensive coverage options. Providers can change a lot due to aggressive cost negotiations. Prices you end up paying still go up steeply.
Great Healthcare and most of the managers are great about telling you to get rest and not getting upset when you are sick.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.