Employees enjoy a variety of choices and the flexibility to meet changing needs during different times in their lives. The following benefits are representative of programs currently available to U.S. salaried employees. Specific benefits for Canadian employees and hourly employees across our U.S. locations may vary.
Overall a great benefits package. Has almost everything you could think of and you can easily opt out of whatever you don't need.
401K match for first 3%
Worst thing is the don’t offer regular PPOs and HMOs anymore; only High Deductible plans. Good if you’re young and healthy, but otherwise not.
The worst thing about the benefits package is that they offer you to buy paid time off every year. When your year gets busy and you are unable to take all of your time off because you are working hard for the company, they do not refund or let you roll over the time you gave back your salary for.
Generous flexible work arrangements - many people work from home at least one day per week
You get good money and have a great work-life balance; not enough opportunity to learn; not a lively working environment; people work from home a lot
They provide options and have several work life balance benefits.
Very competitive benefits package with low cost HSA (especially for single coverage),401k match with potential for profit sharing, and maternity/paternity leave.
Poor pay for the amount of work/hours. No opportunity for a bonus. A "flat" company with few areas for growth.
4% 401k match, good compensation. Poor work-life balance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.