Very good benefits that are comprehensive.
Perkspot. 401k. Blue Cross Blue shield health insurance.
the medical benefits are too expensive.
Flexibility to work from home is a major benefit to me--it offsets that 401K matches half of your first 6% and the bonus is significantly lower than what I made at a competitor prior
average benefits, decent 401K match
They have what is expected of big company.
Well, I am a contractor, for me, I only have salary. I guess it's unfair for me to say something about benefit package
401K match is weak, decent vacation / sick days
401K Match is horrible and vests on a schedule over 5 years. Health benefits are expensive with high out of pockets. If you add your spouse, who has access to their own coverage, you are charged an additional excessive amount. If you go on your spouse's insurance you get nothing (unlike my previous company which gave me $100/month to waive insurance). Bonus has never been paid out in full during my past 4 years and then what is paid out is partially paid in the form of company stock/equity. The way they allocate the bonus is convoluted and a bit insulting (on top of the fact it is paid on your salary at the beginning of the previous year January 1st (before you received your yearly increase; basically your salary from two years prior). Everything else is pretty standard, vacation days, 11 holiday/personal days, sick time. They have a nice reward system, Make it Happen and other awards with monetary gifts and extra days off.
Benefits are not that great
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