The benefits package is incredible for someone just starting out. No complaints.
401k match, good health insurance, unlimited PTO
The open PTO policy is great. The health benefits and 401K matching are also very competitive.
Unlimited PTO that is usually quickly approved by the manager. Paid health insurance.
Great health insurance. Unlimited PTO. Decent 401K.
Several options for health insurance and unlimited pto are good things. Overall seems flexible and sufficient for my general needs.
100% Health insurance, 401(k), Open PTO (typically 4 weeks), Company shuttle, on-site yoga, on-site massages, on-site fitness center, Paid sick leave, Paid holidays,
Full health insurance (medical/vision/dental), corporate discounts, on-site massages, free coffee/tea/drinks, 401(k), pre-tax benefits for health savings account and transit/commuting. Many employees work from home once a week. Open paid personal time off and sick leave (manager approval required for PTO). I only with that there was an option for an HSA that didn't have such a high deductible. The two non-HSA insurance plans are $0 deductibles.
Cigna OAP is pretty nice. They just switched to Cigna Vision, which is significantly worse than the vision plan they just had. So far, the 401k and vacation are decent, but I wouldn't expect that to last. Lots of flexibility helps (kinda) make up for mediocre pay. You could do better, but could do a lot worse...
Overall, the benefits package was great. Unlimited sick leave and substantial paid time-off. I was offered a flexible work schedule since I was working agile still in school.
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