Best health insurance package, free breakfast, and snacks, bi-weekly lunch
Company has social events semi regularly; really just bringing in unhealthy lunches while many sit in silence. Sometimes (infrequent) discounts on products that use Immersion technology. Poor (limited) stock options. Many positions have bonus plan but tied to company performance which has been poor - no way as an individual to effect your personal bonus outcomes...even if you meet KPIs. Mandatory vacation days over holidays. Very limited (almost non existent) training; execs sometimes hold learning days but limited time spent/knowledge transferred. In a competitive job market, in a competitive area perks/benefits are sub par.
Great benefits, especially for the size of the company. Great medical, 401K, Life and Disability, etc. Many great company events. Stock program is fairly good. PTO is generally good.
Had Kaiser and non-Kaiser health insurance plans, including a PPO. Had stock options as a signing bonus. The best thing was the insurance options.
The best thing is the salary and bonus compensation is competitive. The worst thing is that they are still offering stock options vs. RSUs which is tough as the stock price is so low and stagnant
The worst thing about the benefits package was the inconsistency in the stock grant bonus. There was no standard or documented formula; each department head was free to choose how these bonuses were calculated. The best things about the benefits package were the comprehensive offerings and the amount subsidized by the company.
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