Benefits are among the best you can find. The company keeps the cost down for the employees. Vacation time on the other hand is not so great and it takes a long time to max out.
For Wichita I guess it was ok...for competitive markets very second-rate. Vacation was minimal..10 days, actually getting those days off was a chore. Health Insurance was bare minimum, high deductible plans etc. 401k was 6%...don't get to keep it unless you manage to stay 5 years.
Standard Benefits - Health insurance could have been better
Decent benefits. Used to offer pension plans but recently ended the program. Can be very demanding & shown a lack of interest in your family time.
401K was a great benefit with matching but to be fully invested, you had to work five years minimum.
Best is the 401k that is matched up to 6%.
Great benefits package. Two healthcare options, dental, vision, life, 401k match, fixed company contribution and tuition reimbursement.
Standard two-weeks PTO to start, automatic 3% 401(k) contribution plus up to another 6% match. High-deductible health insurance plan with HSA. Dental/Vision/Life/ADD insurance all available as well.
The benefits are pretty good for the most part. Their vacation day and pto offerings could be better, but the company culture overall encourages work life balance.
Policies around work-from-home are becoming more accommodating. The salary is lower than standard for the country, but based on very low local cost of living, it makes up for it. The only problem in that space is that exploring opportunities in other regions (with same/other companies) is prohibitive because they look at the low salary history as an opportunity to keep you at a lower salary, despite their higher cost of living in the new region.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.