2 weeks of paid vacation, plus 7 paid holidays. 401k Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance - Premera or United HealthCare Yearly performance bonus
I was presented an offer for a Senior Consultant role and while I thought they would have been a great company to work for, I simply could not accept their compensation and benefits offer because it was so low and not competitive I was almost offended! They absolutely would not negotiate at all on the salary, PTO or anything. I had to decline the offer and told them to contact me when their compensation and benefits packages are more in line with the market to attract the qualified professionals they are looking to hire. Such a shame. They do not offer a 401k match and do not offer an HSA for health care even though that would probably save them money. The list is long and I could go on.
Great plans to pick from yet felt very pick and choose whom got what.
Great comprehensive health insurance fully paid for employee, as well some flexible dollars to allocate to things like vision, dental, and life/disability insurance. They will pay for one certification and a small annual learning stipend. 401k is available but they do not match. Bonuses are a flat fee paid if your do internal work or refer in new work, no performance bonus. Everyone gets three weeks of "paid" vacation, but it's at the base (non-staffed) pay rate, which is basically minimum wage. No paid holidays.
Health benefits are awesome, fully paid for employee and as comprehensive as you can get in current times. Low cost dentist, vision, disability, etc. Lots of perks like an annual training stipend (unrestricted), paid certifications, recognition awards from coworkers, happy hours, and a generous expense policy. Paid holidays and PTO offered depending on pay plan. Only real downsides are no 401k match and no paid maternity/paternity leave.
BEST THING: The benefits are structured to promote employees to appreciate, support, and spend time together. This creates an awesome environment where employees genuinely care about each other. There are some unusual perks most companies don't have. So don't just look at the traditional benefits, ask about associate connections, training, development funds, etc. Also their company events are not your typical "crap I have to go to that". I enjoy most of them and they cover all costs and a taxi home if needed. DOWNSIDE: The traditional benefits side of things is less than impressive. Industry par healthcare options & no retirement options where Loft9 contributes anything. PTO is limited as well, but you can work around this by billing extra one week then taking it easier the following week (as long as your monthly expectations are met, you don't have to draw on the PTO). They do also pay for long term disability insurance, which is a small thing but nice of them.
It's average - nothing special.
Great opportunities to work with the executive leadership team to find flexibility to pursue personal opportunities for development.
Competitive overall package. Culture isn't listed here neither is professional development. I'd add both to the list. Loft9 is ahead of most in these areas.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.