Offer good healthcare plans where JDX subsidise most the payments.
No 401k match, low salary, expensive medical coverage.
No 401k match. Expensive insurance. 30 PTO days is not bad. But they are hard to use because the client has to approve it.
The benefits package is essentially nonexistent. The only benefits currently provided by the company are pre-tax commuter/transit benefits and a horrible health insurance plan that not a single employee uses. The company generally hires people right out of college who are encouraged to remain on their parents' health plan.
They didn't have any benefits when I left, even though they were promised in a contract. They kept saying they would get it in the "next week or so" but that went on for 2+ months
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.