Good amount of time off, based on years with the firm, 401k contribution is generous, lot of other perks kick in after a longer amount of time spent at the firm
The benefits are wonderful. Medical, dental, vision, 401K. You can choose the plans you want and the HR department is very helpful in explaining them to you.
Generous benefit packages with various options to choose from on an annual basis through open enrollment; firm reviews options regularly and adds new options as appropriate.
Free breakfast is a great perk
Overall Kirkland's benefits were very competitive. Standard medical, dental, vision, fsa, hsa, dca, life insurance + optional life. 401(k) match was also very generous but you had to be at the firm for 2 years for them to match. Kirkland gave an extremely generous amount of paid time off. 10 personal days and 3 weeks vacation to start. You were also able to carry over a good amount as well. They also had great disability leave - 6 weeks after 1 year of employment and that would increase with length of employment. The only thing that was not great was the lack of flexibility with scheduling and there was absolutely no work from home capability.
I wish they offered optional life insurance for husband/wife. The co-pays are very high with the medical insurance.
Best is the DC - 7.5% of your salary is added to your 401k amount every April. But there’s no match. Vacation increase after 5 years. No growth opportunities. Dead end job. Managers prompts and give good placement to their favorites. Skills and experience doesn’t really matter. Annual salary increase is laughable since it is lower than the rise in cost of living.
There are several options you can use from, I have the BCBS PPO which is fantastic.
Good benefits, but the health insurance was not what oe would expect from such a premier firm.
Health insurance is good; free breakfast is a very nice perk
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