The company pays well. Because I was not a full time hire, I am unsure about the total comp package for that category of people.
Best thing is the work from home option and all the discounts!
Matching 401K @ 4%, vests in 3 years; HSA account deposit from Lumeris; 8 holidays plus 2 FLOAT holidays plus 18 PTO to start. Health insurance is subsidized heavily and we have Anthem PPO.
All the benefits are great! They provide lots of PTO and a great 401k match. I wish the insurance benefits were a little cheaper but it’s pretty much aligned with the amount I was paying at my previous employer.
They offer a competive PTO package
PTO is decent, with lots of flex time you can use throughout the week. 401k is average IMO. I did not elect the health care package so not sure how good it is.
The best thing about their benefits is the health insurance coverage and premium rates. They even offered a class during orientation about how to select the most coverage for your life and health needs.
Average package although they pitch a good line. Weak medical and dental and forget percentages on family dental needs.
Benefits are very good; 401K is excellent.
The best: Generous PTO plan; flex hours; WFH; business casual dress code; company matched 401k; staff appreciations and engagement The worst: The health coverage they provide to employees covers little and the premiums are on the higher side, even with a stiff market with a company match. There are 3 plans and 2 are HSA driven, high deductible plans with pharmacy benefits also falling under the deductible. They do make quarterly company contributions to assist with medical bills, however it's not on a dependable schedule to predict expenses for yearly exams, diagnostic tests, etc. If you have medications, there is no tiered/copay coverage except on the 3rd plan, a PPO, which is the most expensive and least cost effective if you are a generally healthy person on regular medication. Medications can cost you hundreds of dollars monthly until you reach your deductible. You cannot "be billed later" for medications as would an office visit, so this can be challenging at the beginning of the year. The cafe in the building while convenient is over priced with low quality food, often reusing food for different recipes the next day and sometimes after. However, employees can request custom food orders, but variety has become slim recently. Parking can be a challenge if arriving later in the morning. Building is ok, but could use some updates and has some sanitation issues in restrooms. They should be updated and expanded due to influx of new employees.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.