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It really average... gone down over the years. They try their best but the average age of the company makes insurance expensive.
No 401K. Company does not match it. Health benefits the worse, etc....
Overall benefits are below average for software industry. No 401K benefits, high cost for employee contribution to healthcare coverage with high deductible plans. PTO max out at 15 days after 5 years. Benefits need to be upgraded to be current and competitive with industry.
Worst thing is no company match on the 401k. Also, the HC deductible is insanely high
Decent competitive benefits for 1990. But missing any kind of outside or partner incentive package. Based on what the company owner wanted for himself and reluctantly adding anything of interest for someone in a different phase of life. On the whole decent but nothing overly generous.
No 401k match, less than average healthcare coverage w/high deductible and very high employee monthly premium, very little tuition reimbursement
Healthcare package is expensive and has only high deductible option. Very expensive to benefits offered by similar sized technology companies.
Because of financial problems, 401K match ended a few years ago, and raises are scarce.
Benefits are comparable to most companies
While benefits have been declining of their years that has always been a liberal time off program and many people have taken advantage of a sabbatical
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