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“HSA is a helpful tool”
“Only 24 days but there are many companies implementing unlimited PTO. Not sure how Hiscox will compete with such an offering”
“I wish it could match a little higher”
Company contributions to medical and HSA account.
Whole company bonus after meeting a threshold above profit. Also, 24 days of paid-time-off. Sabbatical after 8 or 10 years of service.
Hours are flexible and working from home can be easily negotiated with your manager.
Health insurance benefit is excellent. HSA federal maximum is given to the employee up front by Hiscox at the beginning of the year. 401k match is less than expected, and vests slowly; also, I did not care for the 401k vendor. Other benefits were as expected. IT employees tend to be evaluated similarly to employees in insurance, which isn't always the proper fit. Bonuses are possible, although I didn't receive one the year I was there, due to the number of catastrophes (hurricanes), which affects revenue for insurance employers (so I guess, try to work there when the weather's good?).
Receive $500 gift card before Christmas and $600 toward a gym membership.
The paid time off policy is quite generous even for junior employees and only increases as you rise in rank or gain tenure.
Decent PTO. Work/life balance challenging nonetheless due to overload of meetings hindering actual productivity. No bonuses several years running. Health insurance is decent. 401k plan matched up to 5%.
FSA/HSA, 401k match, PTO and holidays, free fruit and beverages
Competitive benefits - Medical, Dental, 401K, PTO, Work from home, gym membership reimbursement
Pay is decent but bonus structure is miniscule, good PTO but no sick days or option of days without pay, 401K matching but 5 years to be vested, Very good health insurance with money towards deductible, very limited flexible work available leading to poor work life balance for most.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.
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