They currently have a program to pay a nominal amount to employees who do not sign up for their health benefits program, which is through BCBS and comprehensive. They keep a simple set of options, both of which are good, and are great at helping with questions.
Good health benefits in general
the benefits were better than many companies
The position of Verification Processor does not have paid holidays or sick time. Other than that everything is great.
Liaison International offers a great health, dental, and vision package. The plans are affordable, and there are many in-network doctors' offices one can choose from.
Unlimited Paid Time Off Generous Bonuses/Starting Salary Package Tuition Reimbursement
Benefits went from being in line with small startups (excellent) to more in line with our competitors (industry average)
The ability to have unlimited vacation time which alot more companies are implementing, it's great that Liaison does this for their employees!
Pros: good health and dental insurance (BCBS) with deductible reimbursement, gym membership discount, tuition reimbursement ($2500/year), 401k contribution, but with limited match (3%) Also, most employees seem to have flexible scheduling/option to work from home, but it seems like that is going away in a lot of depts so I don't know if I should list it as a pro. Cons: the "extras" are not on par with other tech companies in Boston. No cell phone reimbursement, very limited free snacks (2 candy dishes does not equate to the free bagels, catered lunches, etc that other places offer), a small/out-dated office. Vacation time is stingy: 12 days during your first year with 1 new vacation day per year of service. The bonus structure is ridiculously bad.
401K match is very weak in comparison to companies of the same size, sector, and revenue. Bonuses are not on merit, which is very unmotivating. How about some profit sharing? Or, increase percentage of 401K contribution, based on years of service so we can look forward to something. Co-pays for health insurance are incredibly high. $200 for ER visit!! And the individual and family max per year are astronomical... In other words, don't get sick!
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.