Excellent benefits package. Could better define bonus payout.
3 floating holidays/year; 3.33 sick/safe hours accrued per pay period (roughly 80 hours/year); 5 Vacation/PTO hours accrued per pay period (120 hours/year);
The health insurance options are not impressive and have you looking to other options. Option to work from home is nice and the company offers some tuition reimbursements.
high premiums, copay, and deductibles. low 401 match. many smaller perks, like public transit reimbursements, etc., require cumbersome steps to sign up and expense, and are prone to issues/errors. good distance/telecommuting policy/flexibility
Costs have risen each year in recent years.
401k, Health Benefits, Telecommute options
No sick leave - people come to work sick because they can't afford not to work Flexible shifts - you submit your availability a month in advance and don't have to work the same shifts every week
Health insurance plans are very expensive with limited options compared to other private sectors
3 weeks paid vacation, 2 weeks sick leave, 2 days personal leave, 401k, $3,000/year tuition reimbursement
Best: Comprehensive package (401K, health, dental, FSA). Worst: Must accrue time off per month - rate of accruing hours is low. That said, if you need time off early in your tenure you may be in a bit of trouble.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.