Flexible PTO, 401k contribution and various benefits that the health insurance offers
Flexible/ unlimited paid time off.
The cost of medical insurance specifically the deductibles is the worst benefit. A $2,500 deductible is very high. This means before the insurance company pays 80% of the negotiated rate, you have to have spent $2,500 out of pocket. The good thing about the medical plan is the rates that the insurance company negotiates with the provider. HBC provides a yearly 'HSA bonus' of $250 added to your HSA if you complete a healthcare assessment with the insurance provider. The best benefit offered is working from home/remote work. As someone who likes to travel, home/remote work is an excellent perk.
Poor health coverage for the costs. 401k match is terrible. You can’t invest for first six months. They don’t match until after a year and only match at 45% of upto a 5% contribution you make. So at most you get 2.25% match. You only get 6 weeks maternity but can add on two weeks of parental leave and week of vacation. Vacation days are unlimited if you get your work done. So that’s best benefit you have, if you have time to take it. Well except for employee discount on purchases which is great.
Amazing PTO policy, okay 401k options, poor medical benefits
Health Insurance, high deductible, co-pay
Best thing about the company, Unlimited Vacations. Flexible hours and can work home. Worst thing, medical insurance does not cover much.
Worst: High deductible medical insurance. No earned vacation time. Best: Good discount at the stores, very casual work environment and open to occasional working from home.
unlimited PTO, Summer Friday & great employee discount for all banners
Good health plan but the employee contribution is high!
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