Flex hours, good 401k, plenty of PTO, and good health insurance options (mine for a single person no spouse or kids was around $75/paycheck and benefits were good overall)
Great benefits. Hard to navigate
SO MUCH TIME OFF but the health, dental, and vision insurance is pricey!
The flex time allowance, and general holiday entitlement is high. The allotted leave is 10 days per year when you start. The worst thing is the healthcare which costs a fortune.
There are plenty of benefits to take for granted that you don't get in a corporate environment - Extra personal days, half days, free lunchs, special recognition gifts. The worst thing about benefits at The Integer Group has not yet fully moved to a flexible work from home.
Benefits package is fair. Vacation is acrued throughout the year and does not roll over. They offer additional personal days if you contribute to the United Way. They match 401k. Paternity leave.
Low salary compared to industry standards and health insurance is expensive (you can forget it if you have dependents).
It would be great if we could get paid for vacation that we don't use.
Great PTO, insurance. Low salary.
Health insurance was decent, but I don't go to the doctor very often. PTO is pretty good, because you get vacation days plus personal days and flex time. I won quite a few free Denver Nuggets tix and got to sit in the Coors suite at the game.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.