Exceptional effort deserves generous rewards
At Kronos, we care about what you care about — balancing work and home life, managing health and wellness, growing your career, and planning for retirement. These are all important elements that help shape our culture. And part of caring is helping you LiveInspired by rewarding you for the contributions you provide to our organization.
Kronos provides generous rewards for success and competitive benefits such as workplace flexibility (including open time off, flex hours, and telecommuting options).
Benefits are GREAT, including a myriad of financial perks as a result of your day-to-day goals. And most important, a general sense of a successful work/life balance comes is expected from the top down!!!
Lots of great perks and the overall benefit package was pretty good.
Biggest perk is the unlimited vacation time. Some 401k matching but has a ceiling of 4.5% or so. Health insurance (medical, dental, vision) is subsidized.
Average and seems to regress and change each year to lessen the companies cost.
some other stuff as I do not currently have benefits as of now. Checking in with some reviews on the benefits at this moment
PTO is unlimited however at management discretion, no real guide to what is appropriate or acceptable to use per year. Healthcare premiums are standard, maybe a little more out of pocket then I've experienced in past roles.
Unlimited vacation means that if you request time and it is approved, there is no balance involved.
Some employee perks at other businesses that could be taken advantage of by those with the means to do so. Being an intern definitely limits your benefits, but that is to be expected.
Health insurance; participation in team performance bonuses without necessarily being on specific bonus driven position (e.g. sales, utilization hours); work from home.
Unlimited vacation as long as your manager approves it. The downside is there is no accumulation of vacation time if you were to leave.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.