There isn't a bad thing about the HelloWorld benefits except for that they only match 50% up to 6% of your 401k. Health, dental, vision and PTO, and work phone benefits are perfect.
Good: “Flexible” PTO and 10 sick days, 3 summer half days, Standard Holidays, Half day volunteering Worst thing: Used to have Floating Holiday of our choice, That’s gone. Also used to get New Year’s Eve off, they traded that with MLK day. Benefits package is meh, expensive. 401k match is alright, could be better, but at least it’s something. Unpayed 12 week Maternity Leave. No Paternity Leave. Work from home option. Flexible work hours
Most leaders are empathetic and have great WFH policy. Healthcare is decent: two options to choose from (high deductible plan with lower monthly premium, or a higher monthly premium but smaller deductible). Only one type of dental and vision plan. Also something that is kind of cool is the new flexible or unlimited PTO balance, but this could easily be abused or become problematic. And there is guaranteed sick days in addition to this. They offer random product discounts/perks/freebies based on the current client roster. They do have a small game room with pinball machines and an Xbox, but you'll likely never use because you'll be busy. They tap a keg like once a month, which is usually empty by the time you climb the stairs or elevator to get a taste. HelloWorld Halloween though is a pretty incredible thing to witness. They go all out. 401k match is average, but not competitive.
The benefits are pretty standard - 50% match on first 6% on 401k, subsidized health insurance, perhaps slightly better than average vacation. I do like the disability insurance, which is included. Moving to "flexible vacation" in 2019 with no specific cap. Not sure if I like that, but we'll see.
Health Benefits were good Vacation Time was good Time off was medium
Great and comprehensive benefits make this a great company
The package was good. Man, Glassdoor has a really long review process. I get that this helps others, but I also have other things to do! 401K, health, dental and vision care. Also, a kickback on childcare.
Great and fair benefits that were fair to all levels of employees in the organization. The price and options for health benefits were a good fit for everyone.
good things = work from home, health insurance, flex day (1 free day of PTO), rollover PTO, happy hours
Very competitive medical, dental, vision and 401K, including match up to a specific percentage. Vacation levels are tiered based on time with the company, also in line with the rest of the industry.
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