They had competitive salaries, many different programs including tuition reimbursement, wellness programs, and a gym and cafeteria to use most hours of the day
Decent Benefits but not great.
Pro: Annual volunteer time is generous - allowing employees to take company time to focus on volunteer activities. Con: Health care package is very poor.
Good 401k matching, great vacation time and time off for volunteering. But the medical benefits are terrible: high costs, limited network, and confusing structure to wade through insurance bureaucracy. As of 2018 your spouse is not allowed on your medical plan, which can end up costing you a ton of extra money to have 2 separate deductibles and 2 out of pocket maximums
Great 401K plan, free brewer, free coffee every month. Starts at 2 weeks of vacation and once you get to 3 years it increases to 3 weeks. There is also additional time off for volunteer opportunities (also can be used on coaching kids sports teams or field trips). There is also a gym with free shower access, an excellent cafeteria, and a free barista bar.
medical, dental, vision, 401k, life, disability
Best - Decent 401k match, tuition assistance and free Lynda.com account. Consistently understaffed, also it has got to be damn near impossible to get fired from this site so the worst are running it while the best keep leaving.
The Benefits were previously very good. Every year I worked for Keurig they were reduced, and more of the burdern was shifted onto employees. Expect bare bones benefits
4% 401k match, 20+ days off a year, medical is not great and it is only going to get worse. 50% discounts on everything on the website.
401k, scrappy health insurance, taxed coffee every month, long weekends, end of the year bonus if plant reaches goal.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.