pto--I think there was 28 days allotted for your first year. That included holidays.
HSA, IU contribution for high deductible
Great health insurance with employer contribution available for those who choose HSA plans. Employer automatically contributes 10% to your 401k (no employer match required) but you’re not vested until 3 years of service. PTO is great and I have the option to work from home sometimes (within reason). For people with kids, there’s a partial tuition discount for dependents and/or yourself to pay for college.
Great benefits. Comprehensive, affordable health care. Great working environment
Becasue I only worked part time, I did not qualify for a lot of the benefits. However, the company culture is awesome and everyone really respoects the work that other members of the team does.
For an intern, $10 an hour in a state like Indiana was not bad at all. We were also treated to weekly lunches on Fridays, and the office was very accommodating.
Paid time off and holidays
Good health insurance through Anthem. Ok additional benefits. As student part-time employee, however, the work environment is very demanding with lots of unpaid overtime.
The worst thing about their benefits package is that it is not offered to student employees. I am unaware of whether or not the part-time hourly workers have the benefits available to them.
No benefits whatsoever at all.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.