Not the best benefits package I've ever had, but it did include health, dental, vision, and 401k. Vacation time is 15 days, which isn't terrible but not great. They do roll over. Sick days, of which you get 6, do NOT roll over. Furthermore, almost nobody feels that they can use sick days given the way that cases are staffed (which is to say, quite poorly).
No 401k match. Insurance package is okay, still requires paying premium and copays. Definitely not the best I've seen, but is okay.
Health benefits are very strong and cost to employee very low. Start with 3 weeks vacation and becomes 4 weeks after a few years. Profit share can be really great depending on how well the firm does year over year. Company does no matching, but does have 401K program (portion of profit share goes into 401K).
Excellent health care coverage. No matching for 401k was disappointing. Appreciated explanation of benefits during the orientation weeks.
Comprehensive, solid benefits plan for employees
Out by 6, summer hours out by 3pm fridays , good medical benefits however no matching 401k
401k, profit sharing after a certain amount of time with company (for non core staff), maternity/paternity leave
work life balance is good. colleagues are friendly. management are advisory. people working here are professional, resourceful and knowledgable. bonus and commission is not good for entry level. good place to build up skills.
Typical run of the mill benefits for health and dental. No 401k matching. Summer Friday are a plus, which start at 3PM to jump start the weekend for summer months depending on workload.
Overall strong benefits. Good, inexpensive healthcare insurance options; good, low cost investment options within the 401k. The employer contributions for the 401k is a bit wonky, but usually beats or is at least comparable to a standard 3% match. Disappointing that so few companies get anywhere close to the full employer contribution limit, I would prefer if the extra social budget were instead applied to the employer 401k contribution, but I guess millennials prefer instant gratification
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